“I thank you for not losing my mind”, the Fortnite pro who hit it on Twitch in 2018 and who is now happy to live a quiet life – Fortnite

There was a time when twitch dominated a game above absolutely anything: Fortnite. In 2018, Epic Games’ Battle Royale was a true content bomb, and its passage through the main entertainment platforms was tremendous. Thanks to this game, we met many stars like Ninja, TFue or Lolito.

To this day, many of them continue to move a huge number of people, but there is someone in particular who at the time was one of the great personalities of Twitch and who now does not exceed 10,000 views on Youtube: Ali “Myth” Kabbani. However, this drop in viewers has not been bad for him, quite the contrary: he is glad that fame has not driven him crazy and is comfortable with his quiet life.

Although it has been going around the internet for several years, it was thanks to Fortnite that Myth hit it off. In 2018, the streamer US it went from 300,000 followers to around 3.2 million. Such has been his impact on the platform that he is currently the 12th content creator with the most followers worldwide.

In the post-Fortnite era, Myth changed little by little his role as a streamer, as he strove to provide his community with a warm and calm space to relax and unwind in instead of being crazy and full of stimulation like any other streamer of Fortnite does.

Little by little, Myth became a very calm content creator, respected and loved by many. Although he did not have viewers that he had with Fortnite, he was happy having his little corner inside something as big and crazy as Twitch.

In 2020, during the pandemic, he did a recap from his time when he was branded as one of the best in Fortnite. However, everyone was surprised when he spoke of this time:

“God, I was so bad at Fortnite back then. Just nobody noticed. I had already reached my full potential – others had to be professional and good at their games. He was a professional, but terribly bad. However, he was still at the bottom of the top. That was an achievement.”

After several quiet years, Myth made the move of his life: take advantage of a rather succulent offer from YouTube in 2022 after 6 years on Twitch. This type of contract is what many are looking for, since from that moment you already have a fixed salary and YouTube subscriptions are a plus every month.

At the moment, if we compare them with the numbers of Twitch, it hardly has viewers on YouTube: He has 4.5 million subscribers, but his videos only get 10,000 viewers, sometimes 40,000 when things are going well. But he doesn’t seem to have a problem with that at all.

“I’m grateful for the fact that I didn’t lose my mind about internet fame when I fell off the popularity bandwagon. Good evening.”

Myth won’t have a gigantic following, nor will he be one of those creators that is important to have for an event, but much like Kira Yoshikage, he just wants to live a quiet life.