Popular personality Shroud has hit out at the PUBG developers due to a lack of communication.
Canadian streamer Michael ‘Shroud’ Grzesiek took a huge gamble when he quit life as a professional CS:GO player in order to pursue streaming, but it’s certainly paid off.
As the second most followed channel on Twitch, Shroud makes more than a comfortable living streaming from his home in California.
With a laid-back attitude and blistering set of skills, he continues to see his viewership base grow as he shuns Fortnite in favor of PUBG.
That decision to avoid Fortnite has resulted in the Canadian teaming up with the PUBG developers to release a special set of weapon skins.
Alongside Dr DisRespect, Shroud will have his logo with black and white color scheme added to the popular Battle Royale title, albeit only on PC for now.
With fans across the world looking to get the new skins, questions were continually asked about when they’d go live.
Shroud finally had enough of being asked, and placed the blame squarely on the PUBG developers by saying the whole thing had been poorly organized.
Speaking to his stream after receiving a donation, Shroud explained that he’s been asking when they’ll go live but hasn’t heard back.
Following his complaint about the communication, he said the new integrated Twitch system with PUBG could actually be a big deal.
“Do skins drop at midnight or later in the day? I’m trying, I’m on my phone, I’ve been messaging people, trying to figure it out.
I’m a be honest, this whole skin thing, it’s great don’t get me wrong I just feel like it’s little poorly organized. It could have been a little bit better.
But yeah, I’m not getting the right kind of communication for whatever reason. So I dunno, I’m trying to get an answer, I’m asking, but I feel like they may not even have an answer because Twitch is integrating a new system for the skin thing.
This could be a very very big deal not only for PUBG, but for Twitch. They’re integrating a new system for this, so it’ll be kinda cool.”