Fall Guys is one of those games that seems equal parts luck and skill, so even the best gamers can lose to the average player. Itâ€™s what keeps the game fresh, balanced, and just a little unfair - in a good way. Unfortunately, when youâ€™re a streamer broadcasting the game to your passionate fanbase, theyâ€™re going to start to notice when youâ€™re still yet to bag your first win.
ESPN has joined the pile-on regarding Timthetatman's Fall Guys performance. (Picture: ESPN / Timthetatman)
In the case of TimTheTatman, Fall Guys fans have been poking fun at the streamer for still being at zero wins for the last few days. Itâ€™s gotten to the point where the gameâ€™s official Twitter account began to roast him on his performance. Now, even ESPN has gotten in on the action, with a live report of the streamers wins (0) available on its website.
In the clip above, TimTheTatman reacts to an article from the site which reads:
Days playing Fall Guys: 7
Number of wins for TimTheTatman: 0
â€œOkay, it hasnâ€™t been 7 days! Guysâ€¦ I played Friday,â€ TimTheTatman protested to his audience as he reads out the article. â€œI havenâ€™t been playing for 7 days, dude!â€
It seems that the Twitch user knows about his poor performance in the game better than anyone, judging by a series of tweets on his Twitter feed. In one message to his fans, Tim claims that he will quit playing Fall Guys if heâ€™s unable to secure the crown in the next week. It has currently been 3 days since that tweet went live.
Fall guys is the hardest game Iâ€™ve ever played in my lifeâ€” timthetatman (@timthetatman) August 19, 2020
In another post from earlier today, TimTheTatman claims that Fall Guys is the hardest game heâ€™s ever played. This quite possibly might be the truth, seeing as the user is still yet to get his hands on a win. And with exclusive costumes such as Team Fortress 2â€™s Scout only being purchasable using crowns, Tim will have to stick to the standard cosmetics for now.