Shroud surpasses 100,000 Twitch subscribers
Michael “Shroud” Grzesiek is in the middle of his best year on Twitch. The streamer and former professional player has reached 100,000 subscribers, cementing him as the most subscribed user on the platform.
Tyler “Ninja” Blevins is still the most followed user on Twitch with over 13 million followers, well surpassing Shroud’s six million. But the player and personality has dropped firmly out of the limelight in recent times and has descended from 250,000 to 28,000 subscribers.
Shroud has been a popular streamer for years, though. The Canadian-born FPS player was originally known for playing Counter-Strike. He streamed himself playing the game before signing with esports organization Cloud9 in 2014. His career took off in the three years he played for the team, securing multiple top three finishes—but he never won a major title.
He stepped down from the team in 2017 and left the organization entirely the next year to focus on streaming. He’s since streamed multiple games to his viewers, including Counter-Strike, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, Rainbow Six Siege, and most recently Apex Legends.
If you wish to see more from this amazing streamer, head out to https://www.twitch.tv/shroud/ and remember, do good!
Reference - DotEsports