When will Corpse Husband stream on Twitch?

Alex Tsiaoussidis. Last updated: Apr 14, 2021
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Corpse Husband has found a lot of success on YouTube, but it looks like he could be ready to fire up his Twitch stream soon.

Corpse Husband is one of the most successful streamers on YouTube. However, many fans never realized he also has a Twitch channel — until now.

It has no content, but he’s still managed to amass more than 700,000 followers on there. Why he made it and never streamed there was a question many of his fans asked, but it looks like that could be changing soon.

Despite not sharing his Twitch page or speaking about it, a number of Corpse fans noticed some changes that got them all incredibly excited.

Corpse Husband logo and Among Us
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Corpse Husband is one of the most popular streamers on YouTube.

Corpse updates Twitch page

On April 13, some of Corpse’s fans noticed that some changes had been made to his Twitch page — and they immediately went into frenzy, questioning what was going on with the star.

Corpse addressed this in a now-deleted tweet, saying that he changed his username and profile picture “just because.” He added that after doing so, there were “hundreds of people in the offline chat” even though he “hasn’t even streamed yet” on there.

Of course, the “yet” has got fans speculating even more.

Corpse deleted tweet about Twitch page update.
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Corpse’s tweet was deleted, but quickly captured by fans.

Corpse vows to stream on Twitch ‘one day’

Corpse mentioned the idea to his fans when he was playing Among Us live on stream back in January 2021. Initially, it sounded like he was all for it, but he quickly talked himself out of it, or rather, played it down.

“Someday, I will stream on Twitch,” he said. “I checked it recently, and I had like 600,000 followers for some reason. I might go there to… I wanna have like a chilled… no, I could probably do that now.”

Of course, since then, there has been a lot of conversations around if and when Corpse would actually make the switch. Needless to say, wherever he streams, his legion of fans will gladly follow him there.

And with those recent changes, that moment could be coming sooner rather than later.