Before becoming full-time streamers, they were all famous names in the regional gaming industry, but now have difficulty in their successful careers.
No game is eternal, everyone who has reached the top must have a decline, gamers are no exception. Broxah is a player who played in the 2018 World Championship with Fnatic to help make Fnatic’s name global. After that, he also received countless invitations to play for many top organizations in North America such as Counter Logic Gaming and Team Liquid but unfortunately his form was not stable.
At the end of last year, Broxah decided to switch to streamer but still did not say goodbye to the stage completely. It is known that Broxah rejoined Liquid as a content creator in January 2022 and does not have many new plans in the near future. On December 21, the Danish international announced that he would still work at his current job in the first half of 2023.
This guy is not a strange name to the League of Legends game village because Bwipo is a former Fnatic player. In 2022, Bwipo came to Liquid in the transfer window hoping to find a new challenge for himself. At that time, he was considered an important piece of the puzzle, but all that he did was only disappointment.
Empty hands in the 2022 season, no tickets to Worlds, leading to the team going their separate ways. Liquid allowed Bwipo to leave for free, but the Belgian couldn’t find a suitable organization to continue his passion for professional play.
So on December 1, Bwipo confirmed that he will be streaming under Liquid in 2023. Considering that he still has too many shortcomings, he wants to improve himself over time and wants to challenge himself at CS if there is an invitation that meets the requirements.
With 10 years of gaming experience, Pobelter has become a name that has become popular with both regional and international audiences. However, when he realized that he was no longer able to compete with the youth, he decided to retire in February 2021 and is now fully focused on his new job of streaming.
He is one of the extremely popular full-time streamers of the League of Legends community, IWD has been creating content since 2016 for both Liquid and Cloud9 organizations. Recently, this guy said goodbye to C9 without specifying the reason. However, that does not mean that IWillDominate stops working as a streamer.
It is known that after a decade of dedication, he has built a large enough community to confidently assert himself as one of the influential names. This community is constantly growing and helping IWD win the foreign content creator award at the LPL Awards 2021.
In the 2020 transfer window, Nemesis could not find a suitable destination for himself, so he decided to try his luck as a streamer. Unexpectedly, fate knocks on the door, until now he still lives well with this side job.
In January 2021, this player officially became a member of Gen.G and has created a lot of content, regularly collaborating with many names in the world like LS. Although he has not given any updates for the future, it is likely that this guy will still be attached to the livestream audience in 2023.
In 2017, PoE was only one game away from defeating T1, reaching the quarterfinals of Worlds, but things didn’t go as expected. After many years of fighting, in the LEC, this mid laner has gone through 5 different colors in the LCS. With many ups and downs, this is a stagnating moment in the German player’s career.
Then he finally returned to his home country of Germany to stream because he received too few attractive offers in the pre-season 2023 transfer window. That’s why fans hope that the 25-year-old player will return to bring him back. experience, breakthrough as well as cunning as at the peak of Misfits Gaming.