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Streamer mortified after Minecraft Twitch broadcast fails spectacularly

Published: 8/May/2020 21:59

by Brent Koepp


Popular Twitch streamer Federico ‘Fedmyster’ Gaytan was mortified after he accidentally ruined his Minecraft hardcore mode session for his friends. The OfflineTV star’s epic teleport fail left him red in the face.

Ever since its release in 2009, Minecraft has become one of the most popular co-op experiences. However, sometimes having admin powers when hosting a server can be too much to handle.

That is what happened to Twitch streamer Fedmyster in the middle of his broadcast. In an epic fail, the OfflineTV producer hilariously destroyed the game with the wrong prompt.

Fedmyster destroys Minecraft session

On May 7, Fedmyster was in a Minecraft session with his friends and fellow streamers Leslie ‘Fuslie,’ ‘sykkuno,’ and 100 Thieves Rachell ‘Valkyrae’ Hofstetter, just to name a few.

However, while stuck in a situation in the Nether, the personality tried to use an admin prompt to help his buddies. After multiple attempts, things suddenly went horribly wrong.

Within an instant, every living thing on the map became teleported to his location – including enemies and friends. “What the f**k just happened!?” one person screamed. The OfflineTV star put his hands over his face in laughter.

The streamer accidentally teleported 412 entities on top of him, killing his character and crashing the Hardcore mode world. His friends reactions are priceless, such as YouTube Gaming streamer Valkyrae who screamed during the freak accident.

(Timestamp 02:34:13 for mobile users.)

Of course it wouldn’t be entirely fair to blame Fed, after all moments prior ‘Fuslie’ accidentally attacked a Pigman in the Nether which got several of them killed. Unfortunately the Twitch star’s attempt to help backfired spectacularly.

Embarrassed, he explained “I tried to get everyone! I’m sorry, I tried to help everyone. But I actually teleported every entity in the game to one spot. I’m so sorry!” Sykkuno hilarious replied, “It’s alright Fed, it’s the thought that counts. Who could have guessed that you could teleport us all into lava.”

Sadly for the group, the Hardcore mode expired as everyone in the world had died. Though the group pressed on and started over again. If nothing else, this is a perfect lesson for those wielding admin controls.

Despite the colossal mistake, Fedmyster continues to crush it on Twitch. At the time of writing, the streamer has amassed over 500k followers to his channel, and is one of the most watched personalities on the platform.


TommyInnit hits major Twitch milestone with over 650k viewers for Dream SMP finale

Published: 20/Jan/2021 23:45

by Alan Bernal


An epic conclusion for TommyInnit main quest in the Dream SMP Minecraft server lit up Twitch like few streams have before, earning the UK personality a spot in the top broadcasts of all time.

It was a long time coming for Tommy, starting out the stream reminiscing about all of the Minecraft shenanigans he was a part of since he joined YouTuber Dream’s custom server in July 2020.

He titled his stream ‘The Dream SMP Finale’ and that was more than enough to generate an insane amount of hype that quickly saw his sub-two hour broadcast garner hundreds of thousands of viewers.

The Disc Saga came to a close with a shocking revelation, but not before Tommy put his name in the annals of Twitch lore. Everyone must have taken notice, since his viewer count easily eclipsed 100,000 in no time at all.

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Tommyinnit Twitch
TommyInnit easily blew by 500,000 viewers during his Dream SMP Minecraft Twitch stream.

From there the digital counter just kept climbing, eventually peaking at around 650,000 concurrent viewers for the content creator.

That gives the YouTuber the third highest concurrent viewer stream on Twitch, only trailing Grefg who peaked at 660,000 viewers in early December 2020 during the Fortnite Galactus event, just to demolish that mark a month later on January 11 by reaching 2.5 million viewers.

Even if we include company channels that usually host events, TommyInnit’s January 20 stream still places 6th on the all-time highest peak viewers list on Twitch ahead of Ninja (8th), Ibai (10th), shroud (12th), and more, according to TwitchTracker.

The Minecraft community showed up for Tommy on his big day as well as people who were tuning in to see the main man of the server, Dream, come alive (and then die, just to be imprisoned).

For those who were in the ‘know,’ Tommy’s latest stream was the culmination of months on end journeying across the SMP server and its cast of colorful characters, with many wanting to tune in to see it live.

And Tommy didn’t discount the possibility of returning to the server soon. So who knows, maybe this won’t be the last time that TommyInnit puts up wild numbers on Twitch for his Minecraft antics.