I'm 25 y/o 101% human born and raised on Planet E1420, Section 616 of MilkyWay Galaxy.
I enjoy having a good time, laughing at goofs, discussing difficult topics, being involved in a community, practicing and trying out a variety of new things. Also, just generally chilling when it is time to chill and going hard when it is needed.
Worked as Projects Manager for 2-3 years at a marketing company Raynimation, we made videos for guys like Jordan Belfort, Nik Halik, Russell Brunson etc. I have a passion for martial arts, movement in general and of course video games, lots and lots of video games! We have 2 dogs, Lulu & Meiko and a kitty Maddie
Share genuine freakouts and shouts at the infuriating game designs while constantly restoring the balance of Zen with the help of our amazing Zen Forces & of course lildubie. Our secondary goal is to collect as many quotes as possible and publish a book!
I'm streaming everything that I enjoy or hate playing. Bloodborne? Hated it with passions for the first 20hours, shouted, raged at the game... After that it slowly turned into looove.. Now we stream Dark Souls, Vampyr, Detroit Become Human and planning on other titles such as Jurassic World Evolution, Borderlands 2 (because anything after that just sucked). We will also be streaming some indie titles from time to time (recent one was Heroes of Hammerwatch & Cultist Simulator)
The best one was probably when the Streamer on the channel I am mod'ing thought I unjustly banned one of this viewers. Just to find out that it was Twitch that got him banned due to absurdly offensive name (he hit 3 demographics with that name...).. After it was cleared up, he never had any doubts and said sorry about the whole ordeal LUL
Just so the streamer can be more at ease knowing there is a presence of a mod in chat. I found that this simple fact will chase away majority of "thrill-seekers" whom come to insult, spoil or just generally attempt to make streamer's life more difficult for no immediately apparent reason.
I will generalize this answer. My best memories were always when the streamer was involved in the community in one way or another and something unexpected happened (usually In Game). Those genuine reactions are why I love twitch and streaming myself.
Sips all the way, I love his streams because he doesn't have invasive overlay, his webcam is small. What I am getting at is that he respects the game and plays it the way he finds it fun. Also dad jokes, it's just cheesy fun. There are a few others, but I will always drop by to watch Sips first.