As we have reported, the number one Apex Legends streamer on Twitch at the moment Michael “Shroud” Grzesiek has involved in a quite terrible traffic accident. This has led to the sad fact for us that Shroud will be out of streaming for a while.

Everything started on March 11th. Shroud tweeted about his absence from streaming. On this tweet, we can say that things started with his scooter.

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The first tweet from Shroud announcing the incident

Later on was a series of tweets from Shroud and Justin “Just9n” Ortiz, who is an ex CS:GO pro player and a friend, about the condition of Shroud. Our famous streamer had to be sent to the hospital for surgery for his left elbow. Still, he has to go through another surgery (which will be on next week). Luckily, he has been discharged from the hospital, after saying that he would be in the hospital for another 24h for the antibiotics that he needs.

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The first tweet announcing the situation after the first surgery

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The second tweet announcing the situation after the first surgery

According to the helpful and caring friend of Shroud – Justin “Just9n” Ortiz – our fellow streamer was thrown out of his motobike on March 11 after hitting the brake too hard. He was tossed about 3-4 meters away and fell with all his body right on his left elbow. This was a serious accident and Just9n said Shroud was “almost died,” but things are in good condition now. Just9n helped a lot in this incident and he even paid our guy visits with many gifts and a “warming card.”

Michael “Shroud” Grzesiek is one of the most popular streamers on Twitch. He just recently got himself the 100,000 subscribers milestone on this platform, and this impressive result mostly comes from his streaming of Apex Legends. He has not said anything about the time he would return to normal streaming again but due to what he wrote on Twitter, he might be doing a short IRL stream and a gaming stream with his injuries when he’s back home.