Summit1G slams fans for mocking naughty Hearthstone

Summit1G has had a lot of negative viewership over the years, even coming up against gunners who streamed in Escape from Tarkov.

A recent exchange with a malicious viewer while playing Hearthstone seemed to have crossed the line for Summit, as he burned a fan before swinging the ban hammer. After seeing a viewer criticize him for Hearthstone misplayed, Summit was quick to respond.

“Grab the forbidden hammer. 126 messages here. Hey, later on,” said Summit. “I do not like you. Don’t mock my play. How is it, man. I’m bad or I’m not. You’re so good, that’s great. Don’t sit there and talk nonsense. I do not like it. ”

Summit points out other streamers his viewers can watch if they’re looking for the perfect viewing Hearthstone how to play. The Twitch streamer reiterates that he’s not a professional player, and that playing to par is sometimes an expectation rather than an exception.

“You don’t want to see? You don’t have to watch,” Summit said. “There are a lot of good players on Hearthstone, Man. They are everywhere. Those guys wouldn’t make that many mistakes.”

Beating the gamer in the backseat, Summit even pointed out that his chat also condemned malicious viewers and supported their streamers.

“You are banned. So bad. You can’t even see the conversation laughing with you anymore,” he said.

As it turned out, Summit’s misdeeds weren’t as serious as viewers thought, as the popular Twitch streamer won his match. Summit1G slams fans for mocking naughty Hearthstone


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