Following a recent livestream that he hosted and during which he offered several hot takes, Greekgodx gained notoriety. The British content producer was barred from the livestreaming service for the third time during the same stream.
The streamer updated his followers on Twitter after being suspended about his recent suspension.
Dimitri discussed the negative effects of associating people with “random mental disorders” in one of his tweets. The late Twitch streamer Byron “Reckful” was used as an example, and he continued by passively criticizing a number of influential content producers.
The same tweet prompted a response from Mizkif, who disagreed with Dimitri’s viewpoint. Following yesterday’s $100,000 OTK SMITE Invitational, The One True King (OTK) co-founder went back to his regular streams (June 28). The streamer intended to read up on the most popular online articles.
At the four-hour mark, viewers alerted Matthew that Greekgodx had tweeted a new update and called it “disgusting.” The 26-year-old gamer then continued to read out the tweet for his audience.
In an attempt to verbalize his feelings, Matthew said that he had tried to contact Greekgodx but had been unable to do so.
The MOBA gamer claimed that while Greekgodx had been “unhinged” for about a year, he personally wasn’t the issue when a viewer suggested that he try to speak to Dimitri. Dimitri, according to Mizkif, was upset with him and wouldn’t speak to him, and he even knew why.
More than 100 viewers commented on the Twitch streamer’s clip after it was posted on r/LivestreamFail. These were some of the most pertinent fan responses.
For some background, Reckful was a World of Warcraft gamer who started livestreaming on the website in 2016. He was well-known for his flawless WoW performance, but he tragically passed away on July 2, 2020.