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PewDiePie mortified after making “worst mistake ever” in Minecraft

Published: 13/Mar/2020 21:11 Updated: 13/Mar/2020 21:15

by Brent Koepp


YouTube king Felix ‘PewDiePie’ Kjellberg was left comically disturbed when he made what he called the “worst mistake ever” in Minecraft. 

PewDiePie continues to be the top content creator on YouTube with hundreds of millions of subscribers to his channel. The Swede made his return to gaming in 2019 with the launch of his wildly successful Minecraft series.

However during his latest upload, the entertainer was mortified when he made a mistake involving his in-game pet Sven. The misstep had him feeling hilariously uncomfortable.

PewDiePie makes “worst” mistake in Minecraft

The YouTuber’s Minecraft videos became a cultural phenomena in 2019 as viewers flocked to watch his adventures in the sandbox title. From a vibrant cast of characters, to over the top plot lines, his series is extremely entertaining for fans.

But during his March 13 upload, the Swedish star made his own skin crawl after an accidental error. Opening up the episode, he yelled “I have made the worst mistake ever made in Minecraft! Do you hear me!” jokingly.

“I can’t believe I made this mistake!” he said before breaking into laughter. The camera then panned over to his in-game dog Sven and he apologized to the canine. “Sven, I’m so sorry man!”

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The Swedish YouTuber was mortified by his mistake involving his Minecraft dogs.

Pewds began to make a gagging sound before sticking his tongue out. “How do I say this. Basically, I forgot who this dog was. So I accidentally made him breed with Sven. Look at him, he’s traumatized!” he said, turning the camera back to the pooch.

He then made the horrifying revelation that the dog Sven bred with was none other than his son. “I can’t even say it! I made Sven frick his son! Ahhh!” he screamed before laughing.

Turning towards the baby canine, he exclaimed, “You’re a child of satan. You are not supposed to live!” He then lashed out at the council of Water Sheep – a group of God-like creatures in his series lore – and blew their water temple up.

Still disgusted with his mistake, the Swede decided to end his latest episode early. The whole thing was in good fun of course, and is an example of how bizarre and over-the-top his Minecraft lore can get.

The Swedish star has continued to crush it on YouTube, as his month-long break in January hasn’t seem to have impacted him at all. Since his return, his videos have been pulling in millions of views.


How to watch Mizkif’s Minecraft Twitch Rivals event: Stream & format

Published: 19/Oct/2020 16:22

by Georgina Smith


Streamer and owner of the OTK network Mizkif has announced a Minecraft tournament partnered with Twitch Rivals, with teams fronted by fellow creators. Here are all the details on how to watch it.

Twitch Rivals is an online esports tournament created by streaming platform Twitch that features popular streamers from the site along with pro-players.

600,000 follower creator Mizkif is running the tournament in collaboration with the platform, and the event will see several teams compete in a “Capture and Hold tournament that resembles WoW’s Arathi Basin, but in Minecraft.”

Mizkif Streams
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Mizkif is already a popular streamer, but he gains more popularity by the day with his entertaining content.

How to watch Mizkif’s Minecraft Tournament:

The event will take place on October 21 at 1:00 PM PT. You’ll be able to watch by tuning into either a participant’s stream directly through their Twitch channel, or through the Twitch Rivals channel itself.

As far as participants are concerned, no official lineup has been revealed, but in a Twitter exchange with Twitch Rivals via Twitter, Mizkif threw out names like Karl Jacobs, ConnorEatsPants, and Punz.

What is the format?

The double elimination Capture and Hold event will be played by eight creator-led teams of five people. Each round will be a 30 minute point race and will only be best of one. Every player will be equipped with an equipment kit to aid them, which they are able to select prior to the start of the match.

The kit loadouts, as detailed by the official event page, are as follows:

  • Tank
    Full Diamond Armor
    Iron Sword with Knockback 1
    Permanent Slowness 1 Debuff
  • Warrior
    Full Iron Armor with Protection 1
    Diamond Sword with Sharpness 1 + 15% Increased Damage
  • Hunter
    Full Leather Armor with Protection 1
    Power 2 Bow
    Slowness 2 Potion that regenerates every 10 seconds
    Permanent Speed 2 Buff
  • Priest
    Full Gold Armor with Protection 1
    Gold Sword with Sharpness 1
    Permanent Speed 1, Regen 2 Buffs
    Right Click with the gold sword to throw a snowball at a teammate that heals 5 hearts

Each match will see two teams compete head-to-head in a game of domination, with the first team to reach 1600 points winning that game.

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Twitch Rivals are tournaments designed specifically for streamers.

While the individual games will be best of one, the grand final will be best of three with the Winner’s bracket team receiving a one-win advantage. The winners of the tourney will receive $6000 in prize money.

The event promises to be hugely entertaining, and with the high stakes prize, competition is likely to get pretty fierce.