Since the end of Mixer, the famous streamer had no home, now Shroud is returning to where it all began.
In October 2019 Michael “Shroud” Grzsesiek switched to Mixer and after the end of Microsoft’s streaming platform there were several weeks of uncertainty as to where the popular FPS expert would continue.
Now we know the answer, he’s returning to Twitch, or as he himself said in a tweet, “I get home”.
Even during his time as a Counter-Strike pro at Cloud9, Shroud was always a streamer. During his active time from 2014 to 2017, he made a name for himself primarily as a pro, but always streamed alongside. Then in 2017 he decided to become a full-time streamer, a point in time that fortunately coincided with the rise of PUBG.
Due to his extremely good skills in shooters, he quickly became a successful PUBG player, which many viewers wanted to see on Twitch. His audience grew but stayed with him even when he changed games.
Unlike, for example, Dr Disrespect, who has built up an alter ego as a specialty, ninja, who successfully markets himself as a person, with Shroud it is his skill that many appreciate and watch him for.
Twitch itself is of course happy to welcome the streamer backApparently they don’t take it against him for going to Mixer for allegedly $ 10 million. Twitch’s Vice President of Content said:
“Our mission is to bring people together every day, and we look forward to seeing the FPS legend in action again exclusively on Twitch.”
The check mark on Schroud’s Twitch channel has long been back, there are still seven million followers waiting for him. Ninja is also affected by the end of the mixer, but has not yet decided on which platform it will continue for him.
You can see Shroud’s comeback on Twitch tonight (August 12th) from 8:00 p.m. track German time.