For many streamers, joining a gaming organizations like 100 Thieves or Fnatic as they become popular is a natural huge next step in their career.
But for Sykkuno, who currently has over 3.6 million followers on Twitch, that’s never happened and it doesn’t seem like something he’ll be joining one any time soon, either.
Dexerto says “During a Just Chatting stream on July 18, 2021, the popular content creator answered questions from fans, including one who wanted to know whether he would ever join an org in the future.
His answer was true to his laid-back demeanor in streams, as he revealed that he would only consider joining an org that was “relaxed” in its approach to competitions and content.”
“Would you ever join an org? I’m gonna be completely honest, guys,” he said. “I have nothing against joining an org. But I would only do it if they were super relaxed.”
While lots of orgs focus mainly on highly competitive gaming, Sykunno has traditionally stuck to more social and friendly games such as GTA RP and Among Us, so it makes sense that he would only join an org that was more chill.
Besides, as many of his followers have pointed out, Sykkuno is already super popular and will no doubt continue to grow his loyal following whether he’s part of an org or not.
Although Sykkuno has a super supportive fanbase, streaming does have its darker side. He recently opened up about the death threats he received while playing Dungeons & Dragons, explaining that he’ll never play it again.
Dexerto says “xQc has always been a lone wolf in many ways. Generally, he likes to stream on his own rather than collaborating with other streamers. And when he does collaborate with them, it leads to drama more often than not. For example, he clashed with streamers like Pokelawls and Myth on the OfflineTV Rust server before quitting. Then, when he moved onto GTA RP, he got banned multiple times following clashes with other streamers like MOONMOON before moving on. Heck, he even rage-quit from a Monopoly game. But interestingly enough, butting heads with other streamers isn’t the reason why he’s now “done” with collaborations. It turns out that something else bothers him much
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