Myth, Tfue, CouRage, and more react to the Fortnite black hole event | The Loadout

Myth, Tfue, CouRage, and more react to the Fortnite black hole event

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Fortnite’s ‘The End’ event, which signals the conclusion of Season 10, has become one of the most watched moments in gaming history.

It’s thought that around six million viewers watched the event on live streams across all platforms, and that’s without taking into consideration those who experienced it first hand in the game. The famous Fortnite island has now been reduced to a tiny black hole on players’ screens. Fans are now patiently waiting for something to happen and for Season 11 – and almost certainly a new map – to be born.

Many of these millions of viewers decided to watch the action with their favourite streamers in viewing parties, which saw a lot of the big names on Twitch reel in massive audiences. But how have some of the biggest Fortnite streamers on the planet reacted to the cinematic event, the end of the map and the fact that the game is currently unavailable?

Turner ‘Tfue’ Tenney – whose watch party brought in a massive peak audience of over 300,000 – was impressed with the event itself, but not so pleased with having to stare at a black hole for hours.

Ali ‘Myth’ Kabbani saw his biggest peak viewership on Twitch since February of this year, peaking at over 30,000 viewers. On hitting the 30k mark even before the event began, an emotional Myth thanked his viewers for sticking by him and showing him support.

Later on in the stream, he decided to don a tin foil hit in a satirical attempt to stop Epic Games from “brainwashing” Myth with the black hole.

Guy ‘Dr DisRespect’ Beahm, who has in the past accused Fortnite of having “no soul” and “turning kids into demons”, was rather happy that people were unable to play the battle royale.

Imane ‘Pokimane’ Anys, the most followed female streamer on Twitch, thought that the event was the perfect metaphor for her opinions on the state of the game.

And finally, a mesmerised Jack ‘CouRage’ Dunlop couldn’t take his eyes off screen during the event, saying: “We’re in the endgame now, boys!”