In case you've been living under a rock, Michael "Shroud" Grzesiek made a triumphant return to Twitch last week with some incredible numbers for his first stream. This seems to have drawn the attention of other streamers, as now everyone wants to invite Shroud to play Valorant with them on Twitch.
Shroud on streamers inviting him to play Valorant
Shroud has been playing Valorant for a long time now, on Mixer...However, he only recently returned to Twitch after the whole Mixer shutdown ordeal.
Even though Shroud was previously on Mixer, this didn't mean other streamers couldn't invite him to play Valorant with them. Now, since Shroud's massive return to Twitch, the famous streamer seems to be getting a lot of attention.
More and more streamers seem to be coming out of the woodwork now, as Shroud is receiving more Valorant invites than ever before. Shroud clearly noticed this change in behaviour, finding it "a little weird" while using a high-pitched voice.
Shroud explains: "I'm just saying, okay, I'm just saying. It's a little weird that everyone is asking me to play but when I was on that platform that shall not be named, I didn't get much attention."
"Weird, just saying [high pitch]...I've been playing this game for how f$#k##g long? Now you want to play with me? Whatever dude."
This response comes after Yassine "Subroza" Taoufik invited Shroud to play a match of Valorant. For those who don't know, Subroza and Shroud used to be CS:GO teammates at Cloud9. Subroza is now a pro-player for TSM, and a Twitch.tv streamer.
Clearly, Shroud noticed a change in behaviour from certain streamers since his return to Twitch. There might be a history between these two players we don't know about, and it would be interesting to find out more.