WoW Classic streamer ‘JokerdTV’ impressed all of Azeroth when he became the first player to hit max level 60, and now fans have a face to attach to the mysterious personality.
Blizzard appeased its millions of fans while opening the door for millions of new players when it launched WoW Classic on August 26. The launch gave players the truest World of Warcraft experience to be released since the original debut of the MMO in 2004.
While grinding, questing, leveling and the like are gruelling as well as incredibly punishing, Jokerd managed to navigate through the gauntlet to reach level 60 in only three days and seven hours of play.
The impressive feat gained instant notoriety among streamers, WoW players and the droves of newly introduced Twitch audiences. But being a no-cam streamer was starting to pique the interest of many fans.
On his September 2 stream, Jokerd gave the people what they wanted when he turned on his camera square on his face for everyone to enjoy.
“Are you ready chat?” Jokerd said before sitting on his chair with his full face graced the lower right portion of his stream.
Previously there were a portion of viewers who were convinced that Jokerd was another streamer hiding behind the guise of a no-cam stream, but were in for a welcomed surprise with the face reveal.
Viewers had encouraging messages like “Wtf actually handsome” and “Not a bad looking dude” to the streamer’s reveal.
Averaging about 16,000 viewers at the time of this writing, Jokerd’s Twitch Chat were popping off after the face reveal.[ad name=”article5″]
Considering how much the streamer’s popularity has boomed with WoW Classic, it’s only a matter of time until he ends up becoming a Twitch partner and can start making some money off his content.
WoW Classic is currently the most popular game on Twitch with 363K viewers at the time of this posting. The second game, Fortnite, has 130K while League of Legends sits in third with 119K.
With more viewers than Fortnite and League combined, one has to wonder when the WoW hype train will begin to die down, if ever.
With contributions from Dexerto writer Alan Bernal.