“Okay, I know like the entire community is up in flames right now, but how lit would it be if KEEMSTAR put together a 5v5 CS:GO tournament with all your favorite content creators?” Myth Tweeted.
Okay I know like the entire community is up in flames right now but how lit would it be if @KEEMSTAR put together a 5v5 csgo tournament with all your favorite content creators. 😀
— Myth (@TSM_Myth) April 4, 2019
“Lit, I’m runnin’ it down mid with a P90,” NICKMERCS said of the idea, while Teeqo gave an enthusiastic “heart eyes” in reply.
Lit, I’m runnin’ it down mid with a P90
— Nickmercs (@NICKMERCS) April 4, 2019
— FaZe Teeqo (@Teeqo) April 4, 2019
While KEEMSTAR didn’t respond with any concrete details for the potential event, he made sure to retweet Myth’s Tweet on the subject, amping fans up for a possible tournament featuring the scene’s biggest content creators.
Commenters also suggested their favorite creators in the space for the tournament, tagging the likes of Twitch streamer and former CS:GO pro Michael ‘Shroud’ Grzesiek and Team Liquid Fortnite pro ‘Poach,’ among others.
While KEEMSTAR appeared to entertain the idea, it wouldn’t be the first esports tournament he’s held; in fact, KEEMSTAR’s ‘Friday Fortnite’ initiative was incredibly popular, before he took issue with Epic Games banning third-party tournaments from awarding prize pools greater than $10,000 in Summer 2018.
While Friday Fortnite may have come to a halt, KEEMSTAR hasn’t given up on tourneys altogether; he also acted as referee for MrBeast’s $200,000 YouTuber airsoft battle royale, which pitted 13 teams of three top YouTubers each against each other in a battle sponsored by Apex Legends.
KEEMSTAR even spoke on a potential ‘Minecraft Mondays’ survival event in a Tweet prior to Myth’s suggestion, jokingly shunning the idea in favor of a ‘Hunger Games’ tournament – although whether he meant a real-life rendition of the series or was merely referencing the website is still up in the air.