The popular Twitch streamer Michael & # 39; shroud & # 39; Grzesiek and Turner & # 39; Tfue & # 39; Tenney was dethroned in April by a highly suspect new account as the two fastest growing channels.
Shroud and Tfue are already two of the largest successful channels on live streaming platforms, with thousands of paying subscribers and the ability to attract a huge audience, just to watch them interact with their opponents in a battle royale Deal with the game.
The success already achieved does not stop but they are growing out. However, channels sometimes pop up and have a huge popularity boost ̵
The former CS: GO professional is usually at the top of the All Things Twitch ranking.
Another suspicious channel is at the top
That was again in April, neither as a shroud nor Tfue has occupied the top of the highest growth channel. This honor was instead won by the now-blocked channel of "01sh01". Channel # 01sh01 appeared on April 9 and was streamed in the casino area for ten minutes before it went offline. During this time, 569,067 followers were won, with both Tfue and Shroud were defeated by over 200 or 300,000 followers.
Due to the massive growth, it is obvious that the account enforced fake followers to increase the rankings and promote their gambling website for a variety of Twitch viewers. Ultimately, however, they failed in this search.
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Shroud and Tfue were both far behind the suspicious casino channel.
Will Twitch put these accounts into action?
This is not the first time this happened. As early as December, Tfue and the other Fortnite Battle Royale streamer Tyler & # 39; Ninja & # 39; Blevins from another casino channel – Slot_V – brought to the top.
A similar report, Novat0r_Konb, appeared in March to top the shroud – an incredible number of supporters, 485,000, to be exact, before being beaten down by the Banhammer.
These channels, which are only used to advertise their gambling websites, are not hanging around for too long, since Twitch acts rather quickly and is banned relatively quickly.
While the live streaming platform would probably prefer them not to appear, it seems that whoever or whatever is behind them will not stop soon.