The big star of Twitch Michael “shroud” Grzesiek has just had another attempt with famous battle royale PUBG, but it seems like this man is just incredibly unlucky with the game.
Previously, with the release of World of Warcraft Classic, a lot of gamers all over the world got addicted to this title of Blizzard. Michael “shroud” Grzesiek was not an exception. Our Twitch streamer was so addicted to World of Warcraft Classic that he did not have any livestreams for any other games but World of Warcraft Classic for a very long time. He has made his name through his insane skills in FPS titles, including PUBG. But his addiction was so huge that his GF had to complain.
Because his absence away from PUBG was too long, PUBG Corp. decided to roll out a totally new skin set just for Michael “shroud” Grzesiek in PUBG. That did work, and our Twitch streamer finally came back to the game. But at that time, he was brutally killed by an audio issue of the game. But this is Michael “shroud” Grzesiek we are talking, not Dr Disrespect, so our man did not delete the game.
He has just returned to PUBG on his most recent livestream. When Michael “shroud” Grzesiek just started that livestream, he opened PUBG first, which surprised all of his viewers at the moment. However, his fun with PUBG did not last long. Halfway through the match (only about more than 40 players left alive), our streamer got a donation for a fan saying: “Good to see you in PUBG.” And just a few seconds after the donation, the PC of our streamer encountered a freeze.
But again, our guy is not Dr Disrespect. So, instead of immediately blaming the game, Michael “shroud” Grzesiek at first made a wild guess that there must be some problems with his PC, especially with his RAM.
“I won’t blame the game there, I’ll blame something to do with my RAM.”
Out Twitch streamer did get back to the game later, but at that point, he was already outside the circle for far too deep that there was no way he could save that match. It does look like our Twitch streamer needs no have a few words with PUBG Corp. now.