Video Game addict that's seriously competitive.
Video game addict who's been playing since he was a todler. My preferred game has changed quite a bit over time. When I first got into gaming, it mainly consisted of RPG games such as Diablo, World of Warcraft and such.
In highschool, my preference changed a bit. I got into Halo quite heavily. Although I never did any tournaments or played online, I did participate in LAN 'parties' that consisted of us playing Halo for days on end. Sadly, my skill in Halo was limited due to having terrible internet connection.
Within the past 2 years, I've become significantly more competitive in online gaming. I played CSGO quite heavily for about a year and was able to obtain the rank of "Legendary Eagle". More recently, I've gotten very heavily into Fortnite: Battle Royale. I'd consider myself to be pretty good at Fortnite, but not the best.
Fortnite Name: Twitch_Sevigor
Games I've played in the pasted have been: Rust, PUBG, Diablo, Path of Exile, Conan, Human: Fall Flat, Dark and Light and World of Warcraft.
I'm always open for a good conversation, so pop in and say Hey! :D
I've been playing videos games since i was old enough to use a mouse and keyboard. I started off on computers with Diablo, age of empires and World of Warcraft. I dabbled in consoles a little during high school, but I've always been a PC gamer at heart. For my day job, I'm a Software Engineer. When not gaming or working, I'm either spending time with my wonderful wife or I'm researching/buying Cryptocurrency coins.
The only goal I have is to enjoy myself. Most of the games I play aren't super competitive, so i typically don't have to worry about that. Although, i usually am fairly good/high ranking in competitive games that I do play.
Dark and Light, Rust, Path of Exile and PUBG are usually the main games I'll be streaming.
One of my more favorite experiences of being a moderator was when i became a mod on reddit.com/r/WeedStocks. When I first joined up, there was no styling, wiki, flairs, rules, discord and had little to no comment/post moderation. Within the first week, I had added styling to the subreddit, created the wiki, flairs, and the discord. I had also updated the rules a bit as well to be more logical. Well, about 2 weeks after that I got removed with no notice or warning. The reasoning behind why I got removed was due to inactivity and not contributing.... lul. I quickly pointed out the many things I did and I was invited back as a moderator shortly after. I think the main mod was just removing people without actually looking indepth.
Banning is the best... But actually, I've never been a moderator on Twitch before. Although, I am a moderator on quite a few discord channel and SubReddits. My favorite aspect of being a moderator is watching the community grow and helping shape that aspect.
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Users can contact me through Twitter, Twitch, Discord or Reddit. All of which should be listed on my Purple Plus profile.