Shroud Leaves Twitch Officially For Mixer, Here is Why!

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It is now official, Shroud leaves Twitch for Mixer, which is a Microsoft streaming platform following the Ninja’s footsteps who recently switched to Mixer as well.

Micheal Grzesiek is one of the top CS-GO players in the world, posted a new tweet having the caption “Same Shroud, New Home.”

Why did Shroud leave Twitch?

Back in August 2018, Ninja aka Tyler Blevins, left twitch, Shroud insisting on taking full advantage of Twitch as being a pro streamer.

He also said, “Ninja’s gone! Gonna take advantage!

Many gamers have been talking about this on Reddit. Since Shroud didn’t give any explanation of ditching Twitch, Reddit users are labeling the move as “Money Talks”, but in a good way!

Gamers have been saying Shroud spotted a new opportunity and got it and if it earns him a good amount of money, it isn’t good. Or maybe Shroud will soon announce why he left twitch for the mixer.

When will Shroud stream on Mixer? – Shroud mixer streaming schedule?

The first-ever Shroud’s stream on Mixer will take place on Thursday, Oct. 24 at 8 p.m.

Ninja also lauded the Shroud’s move to Mixer as labeling it a “Great shift in Gaming history”

Is Mixer getting better than Twitch?

The mixer is swiftly gaining popularity after Twitch, but still, Mixer is miles away from becoming better than Twitch. As per The Verge report, Mixer has an average of 3 million hours watched per month while Twitch’s average is 932.1 million hours per month.

Many gaming experts are speculating that after Shroud, many other mid-level streamers would join Mixer as well.

Dr. Disrespect to leave Twitch to join Mixer?

Dr. Disrespect can be the next person as per the rumors to join Mixer after leaving Twitch.

Which one do you think is the best platform for video game streaming? Twitch or Mixer? Let us know in the comments box below.


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