Twitch Streamer Myth Announces He's Moving to YouTube Gaming!

Twitch Streamer Myth Announces He's Moving to YouTube Gaming!

Gaming streamer Myth, aka Ali Kabbani, is leaving Twitch!

The pro gamer is the latest to leave the streaming site and heads over to YouTube Gaming under an exclusive deal, THR reports.

While he first launched his YouTube channel in 2013, he gained his popularity on Twitch in 2016, with 7.4 million followers.

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Myth opened up about his desire to grow his career beyond streaming helped make his decision to move from Twitch to YouTube, where he also will share more produced videos in addition to gaming.

“I’ve kind of had this shift of being a professional gamer and being like this dedicated, sweaty gamer kid, to being someone that’s a bit more entertainment focused, that has a personality, that’s willing to show up to events and be a personality for people and for the stream and for the audience. All while still, of course, being able to perform in games as well,” he told THR. “I love games — it’s never going to change. But I think that shift and focus about it not just being strictly about winning games anymore has driven me to feel like like YouTube was the right place.”

“If I’m having a better time making better content, my theory is it’ll be better for people to watch as well,” Myth added.

Other Twitch streamers who have made the move to YouTube Gaming include Benjamin Lupo (DrLupo), Tim Betar (TimTheTatman), Rachell Hofstetter (Valkyrae), Elliott Watkins (Muselk) and Lannan Eacott (LazarBeam).

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