Streamer Darren Watkins Jr, better known as Ishowspeed, has gaining popularity quickly in the entertainment sector by performing various experiments that exceed the acceptable limit.
The content creator has accumulated, in less than six years, more than 12 million subscribers on YouTube, its main platform for creation. As you can imagine, it’s years and years exploring several absurd scenes to entertain your audience.
In one of his latest live oadcasts, the 17-year-old was playing FIFA 23 and GTA 5 matches, while apparently accepted a challenge of lowering a ‘illegal cryptocurrency’ game he found on the internet.
Although his followers tried to warn him that the decision could not have been a good idea, Ishowspeed continued with the download and, inevitably, messages indicating danger began to appear on his screen.
As you can see in the video above, Ishowspeed reactions look quite performance and exaggerated. Although this is the kind of mood that works for some users, it is not something that captivates anyone easily,
Thus, a portion of their followers and netizens began to point out the lack of veracity in the streamer videos, which had already shown their PC being hacked in Live more than once.
Through social networks, users have also pointed to the possibility that the content creator is using a screen from a virtual computer, which prevents his real machine from suffering any damage.
Although there is no official confirmation that the videos are false, it is possible to say that the content of Ishowspeed, even if exaggerated, is working. Whether by discussions that your videos generate or even entertainment, the teenager has reached giant numbers on the platform in a short time-and continues to grow.
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