Nickmercs recently played Apex Legends with 72hrs and Deed last November 6th, and had a difficult time throughout the livestream. Fans flooded him with strategies and suggestions and it was only a matter of time before these suggestions became a heated debate.

As a result, Nickmercs requested fans to refrain from being toxic and critical of his decisions and advised them to stop over-analyzing his every move and instead focus on what the team was trying to accomplish.

Regardless of whether they win or lose, Nickmercs stated that he will not refer to chat for any other decisions and stated that watching a screen full of arguments in the middle of a match is extremely irritating. If it isn’t controlled, eventually everyone will start doing it and that’s when he warned about permanently banning people who were doing so and stated that while he is open to constructive and supportive debate, he will not tolerate behavior such as this.

It’s a good thing he’s not banning anyone just yet, but fans should take this as a warning. Of course, this type of fan behavior is not tolerated by anyone. Many fans believe that streaming is the easiest job in the world, but this is far from the case. Indeed, events like this demonstrate that being a streamer with millions of followers is a difficult task. Fans should be more considerate of streamers’ feelings in the future, hopefully.