One of FIFA’s most popular streamers Edward ‘Castro1021’ Castro invited a large group of viewers, subscribers, and moderators from his Twitch channel into his home to watch Mexico play Korea in the World Cup.
The FIFA player also streamed the entire event so that those who could not make it would feel like they were a part of the experience.
For football fans, the World Cup is one of the most significant sporting events of the year, and for Castro, it also marked an opportunity to give back to the people who helped achieve his success.
He welcomed guests in requesting that show their love and support for the Mexican Men’s National Team as they took on Korea.
Among the guests were OpTic Gaming’s Hector ‘H3CZ’ Rodriguez, who took the time to do a brief interview with the host.
Castro provided tacos, beer, and plenty of places to sit while watching the Group Stage matchup.
It is safe to say most left the party with little to complain about as not only did Mexico win the game, but the host was quite generous.
I didn’t know 80% of the people I invited to my house. They were viewers....subs....supporters.— Castro1021 (@Castro1021) June 23, 2018
Some will say I am crazy...
But listen............they made me. <3 pic.twitter.com/srbzPkmiGc
This is not the first time he has streamed a watch party for the World Cup games, and if Mexico makes a run, it would not be a surprise to see more of the same.
Fortunately, if you didn’t get to catch the stream, there were of plenty of tweets and clips so fans can go back and see what they missed.
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