Greekgodx Returns to Streaming on Twitch
After over a two month break, Greekgodx returns to streaming on his own Twitch channel
Greekgodx is finally back streaming on Twitch after being absent during his visit to the states where he attended TwitchCon and BlizzCon. He is now back in England and ready to return to streaming on his main channel.
It’s not the first time Greekgodx has stopped streaming for an extended amount of time and it probably won’t be his last. Dubbed “Ditchgodx” by his viewers, Greek has a long history of failing to live up to his viewer’s requests for longer streaming hours. Last summer he announced the Summer of IRL where he would leave his home environment and travel to Austin, Texas.
Although Greek kept his promise of traveling to the US, he streamed very little of his adventures. Fellow Twitch streamer XQC called Greek out on this apparent letdown and called it the Weekend of IRL.
i understand that u guys are pissed off that i haven't streamed. But u guys have to realise that if i don't find something fun im not going to do it. When i stream i like to have fun and be entertaining and have positive vibes . if you dont like me anymore thats fine move on— Dimitri (@GGXupdates) December 28, 2018
watch someone other than me. I meme about view count all the time but i would rather have 3k people having fun and memeing with me than 10k people that have a negative impact on everything. The one thing i love about streaming more than anything is that u guys are as much of a— Dimitri (@GGXupdates) December 28, 2018
troll as me and make everything fun witch helps others forget about there shitty day they just had or a bad week. So if some of you are sick of it thats fine dont watch but if u want to ride the ggx wave again then jump on there is lots of room on this ship and its not sinking!— Dimitri (@GGXupdates) December 28, 2018
Even though Greek streamed very little on his own channel during this time, he made special appearances on many other streams on Twitch and YouTube. Following TwitchCon, Greek temporarily lived in Los Angeles and collaborated with other streamers including Ice Poseidon, Pokimane, and LilyPichu. His love for entertainment was shown in a YouTube music video with Andy Milonakis. The video proves Greek is not only able to provide content at the comfort of his house, but also while rapping in the streets of LA.