If you know your PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, you’ll have heard of Derek “wtfmoses” Moseley. The Canadian caster lives and breathes the battle royale, casting some of the biggest tournaments in the history of the esport, but it looks like his love for the game might be running out.
On his YouTube channel, where wtfmoses usually posts PUBG guides and highlights, the caster confirmed that despite wanting to continue casting games for various PUBG leagues, he wants to try something new for his Twitch streams.
Tempted by the upcoming release of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Destiny 2’s arrival on Steam, wtfmoses has confirmed he wants to try his hand at variety streaming. “When am I going to start streaming PUBG again? The answer is soon. I’m not quitting or anything like that, however, oh boy am I ready for some new s***. I want it right now,” wtfmoses says in his latest video, which you can watch below.
“Call of Duty comes out in a couple of weeks, Destiny 2 is now on Steam and I want to play that. So there’s going to be content coming from multiple different games. I am ready to diversify as a streamer and a content creator.
“I got back from vacation and thought I can’t do one thing anymore. I want to try new things, I want to make more content instead of just stream highlights.”
But don’t worry too much PUBG fans, you’ll still be able to see him tearing it up on the battlefield with chocoTaco and Swag in the near future – it just won’t be for every stream.