Same shroud. New home.https: //t.co/eZV2GBBSsY pic.twitter.com/AHaajkjees
– Michael Grzesiek (@shroud) October 24, 2019
A former Counter-Strike : Global Offensive Shroud is (or was) one of the biggest names on Twitch. He built a huge fan base that included more than 7 million followers on this platform and 5.5 million YouTube subscribers, introducing his outstanding skills in the battlefields of Call of Duty Black Ops 4 Blackout, Rainbow Six Siege and Apex Legends . His first stream on mixer starts at 20.00 (CET).
"Whether it was Counter-Strike, Apex Legends, PUBG or any games in between, livestreaming has enabled me to make a career of what I love doing," said Shroud in a statement. "Streaming is my passion and I owe my success to my fans who have helped me get where I am now, Mixer has the flexibility to focus my attention on it, and I look forward to joining the mixer community and I'm developing relationships with both players and fans. "
Mixers Deals for Ninja and now Shroud underscore a land grave for exclusivity in the livestreaming ecosystem, similar to what happened in the other streaming landscape between people how Netflix is going. Disney, Hulu and Apple TV. For example, in August, Twitch snapped the streamer Nicholas "Nick Eh 30" Amyoony Fortnite which has made a name for itself on YouTube.
Twitch confirmed to Engadget, as was the case with Ninja. Shroud's current subscribers will receive a one-month free subscription to another channel. Your subscriptions to his channel will also not be renewed.