Twitch attracts not only big video game fans as streamers but also many interesting personalities. And, as Telecomasia.net has learned, there are even NBA players among streamers. We will tell you about them in this article.
Karl-Anthony Towns (Minnesota Timberwolves)
The 25-year-old center’s hobby list, like many young people, is video games. He started with the classic Monopoly, but today he broadcasts Call of Duty and PUBG on his channel. Now he has over 57 thousand subscribers.
Gordon Hayward (Charlotte Hornets)
He is a big fan of League of Legends, as well as video games in general. He actively follows the matches of the eSports teams in the American LCS league and is even considering becoming the owner of his club. At home, Hayward has a spacious room where he plays and streams on PC or consoles.
On his blog, Gordon admits that he carries his laptop everywhere so that he can play League of Legends after his morning basketball practice. More than 62 thousand people are subscribed to Hayward.
Devin Booker (Phoenix Suns)
The 24-year-old basketball player does not change his hobby, even when playing video games. On his channel with over 69,000 subscribers, Devin is an NBA2K broadcaster.
He also plays Apex Legends and Call of Duty: Warzone. By the way, it was during the fight in the last of these games that Booker learned that the NBA had decided to suspend the 19/20 season. At that moment, he was broadcasting on Twitch, so his reaction got on the video.
De’Aaron Fox (Sacramento Kings)
But 23-year-old point guard De’Aaron Fox called NBA2K garbage in response to fan questions not too long ago.
He prefers to play Dragon Ball FighterZ, Fortnite and Call of Duty (which, by the way, is a very popular eSports discipline, with top betting sites from Meta.reviews). Fox’s channel has over 20,000 subscribers.
Josh Hart (New Orleans Pelicans)
The 25-year-old basketball player prefers Fortnite and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare. Indeed, Hart plays very emotionally. Not so long ago, while playing Call of Duty, Josh even broke the keyboard when his character was once again killed. He threw the device on the floor, started stomping on it and swearing about the game. Of course, all his channel subscribers (of which there are just over 41,000) and other Internet users saw it – the video spread online very quickly.
Alex Caruso (Los Angeles Lakers)
When the 26-year-old point guard was asked what he would do during his self-isolation, he immediately replied that he planned to play games and broadcast live. Alex fulfilled his promise and played Call of Duty: Warzone, Fortnite and FIFA. He has 19,000 followers on Twitch.
Ben Simmons (Philadelphia 76ers)
Simmons is a longtime fan of video games. He recently even became a member of the FaZe Clan eSports organization. Commenting on this decision, the 24-year-old basketball player said that, in his opinion, gaming has now reached a new level, becoming a real culture, which Ben would like to be a part of.
On his channel with over 34,000 subscribers, Simmons broadcasts Call of Duty: Warzone and PUBG.
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