Despite this heâ€™s grown a huge fanbase around the title, although his Twitch subscriber count has taken a hit after taking a streaming break to climb the ranked ladder in League of Legends.
Achieving his Challenger status as a jungler in League of Legends, Tyler1 returned to Twitch only to find heâ€™d lost 15,000 Twitch subscribers in the month and half he was away.
Tyler1 addressed the subscriber drop during a stream on 1st June, expressing comical disdain towards the â€œfakesâ€.
He joked: â€œSo you canâ€™t forget to re-enable it, but you can forget about your Xbox Live membership?
â€œâ€œA lot of fake f**ks here man. A lot of fakes. All these people now re-subbing, honest to God just f**k off.â€
While heâ€™s poking fun at the situation, a 15,000 drop in subscribers is a big loss - although this number will likely turnaround fast considering his huge popularity.
This isnâ€™t a new thing for Twitch streamers however, with Tyler â€œNinjaâ€ Blevins previously explaining how he lost 40,000 subscribers for taking two days off back in 2019.