Michael “Shroud” Grzesiek, he is a popular Twitch streamer, he has more than 10 million followers and in most of the games he streams, he always has an average of more than 14000 viewers, but with World of Warcraft that doesn’t happen, it’s Plus, the streamer confirms that World of Warcraft is “killing” his Twitch channel, but he doesn’t seem to care.
Activision-Blizzard recently released their new expansion “Dragonflight”, also a few months ago WoW Classic also released Wrath of the Lich King and Shroud has been playing these two expansions. Regarding this, during a Twitch broadcast on December 20, the streamer stated that World of Warcraft is his favorite game to play, but he can’t play it as much as he would like because the audience drops when he does, what’s more, he referred to that WoW has been killing his channel, as according to his official statistics, Shroud has dropped to an average of 8,000 viewers for World of Warcraft compared to the 14,000 he could reach playing shooter games like Valorant or Overwatch 2.
Anyway, Shroud has over 10 million followers, maybe he can’t get a huge crowd to show up when he broadcasts WoW, but he does have a huge audience that is into shooter games, so if you really think that by playing World of Warcraft is killing your channel, there is still a long time to see the effects.
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