You had one of the first social/interactive/chill streaming channels that jumped from Justin.tv to Twitch.tv at its formation, and was a cornerstone to Twitch's early development aside from esports content.
Dtoid.tv may not have had the best view/follow ratio, but it still had a following. It had an audience. It had a history. And in a time where streaming is more prevalent than ever, with its inclusion on the new consoles and a growing number of PC games causing a boom in Twitch use and exposure, you're just throwing it all away.
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About nekobunone of us since 5:17 PM on 06.29.2007
Hi, I'm Chris, though I've been going by nekobun and variants thereof for so long, I kind of answer to both anymore.
While I've kind of got my own thing going in the realm of indie coverage, at least in the form of playing through (and streaming) (and writing about) the huge backlog I'm developing of games gleaned from various indie bundles, I try to keep my more mainstream, game-related features here, as well as opinion pieces on the industry at large, out of mad love for the 'toid. When I'm not rambling here or trying to be clever in comments threads, you can catch me rambling on Facebook and my Twitter, and trying to be clever in the Dtoid.tv chat.
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