A 15-year-old Twitch streamer has gone viral after broadcasting a series of raves – complete with pyrotechnic effects and laser shows – from the comfort of his bedroom.
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Epilepsy warning: the videos embedded in this article include strobe effects and flashing lights.
Going by the Twitch username Crossmauz, the 15-year-old streamer from Germany recently found fame after Twitter user ‘kittyzandpichu’ (via Dexerto) visited their channel after reportedly being killed by the streamer on Modern Warfare 2.
As you can see below, Crossmauz’s streams consist of the teen hosting intense raves in his bedroom – complete with laser shows, pyrotechnics, and incredibly loud hardstyle music.
just got killed by this kid on steam mw2 with twitch in his name and this is what i see pic.twitter.com/yjYYOkj0Hy
— pj 黒 (@kittyzandpichu) April 11, 2022
Crossmauz hasn’t streamed in nearly two weeks, so it’s unclear if he’s aware that his content has gone viral. The video shared by ‘Kittyzandpichu’ has racked up over 7.5million views, while a video of Crossmauz’s last stream now has nearly 50,000 views.
WAIT THIS THE SAME KID FROM THIS OMG pic.twitter.com/zZV9RYxQ4R
— Ander Founts (@AnderFounts) April 12, 2022
In many of Crossmauz’s streams, he wears a tracker that shows viewers a live reading of his heart rate. In this particular video, his pulse rockets up to 170 during a particularly loud track (skip to around 02:31:00).
Despite the high intensity, most of Crossmauz’s recent streams have lasted between two and three hours – meaning the German streamer is putting on a length set for his online following.
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