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DAEQUAN FINALLY BREAKS SILENCE ON NRG HOUSE’S SHOCK COLLAPSE: “I BLAME MYSELF”

WHAT HAPPENED?

Daequan has returned to Twitch after an unplanned 113-day hiatus from the streaming platform.

He revealed what actually happened to the content house he and Hamlinz founded alongside NRG Esports late last year.

- DAEQUAN

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We got the house, they said the internet was all good, it’s a lovely place, whatever whatever. Long story short, we get there, it’s not that. We did not have fibre at all, it was DSL? So the internet was broken. There’s things in there I had not seen in like fifteen years.

More issues began to pop up in the house too, including broken air conditioners, dodgy phone connections, and a built-in shower that “wouldn’t run hot, ever.”

- DARQUAN

“”

I have nothing bad to say about them bro, they were dope. All the people I met through the org, they were cool, they were eager to get sh*t going as much as we were. The saddest thing for me is that everything didn’t work out. It was unfortunate bro, just so sad, everyone wanted it to work there.

Daequan now returns to a Twitch following of more than four million fans, many of whom have been eagerly awaiting the 27-year-old’s proper return since 2020.