5 times Twitch star Mizkif had the internet’s attention in 2022

Twitch star Matthew “Mizkif” was one of the most watched content creators on Twitch in 2022. He hosted popular game shows like Studied school It attracted tens of thousands of viewers and was attended by many prominent streaming personalities. However, Misciff was embroiled in several controversies that hindered his rise through the Twitch ranks.

He was placed on leave as the co-founder of One True King (OTK) after it was revealed that he downplayed allegations of sexual assault by Twitch streamer Adriana Lee. Highlights of his year include a special in-game skin for SMITE and losing $36,000 when auctioning rare games.

Misciff was all over social media in 2022

5) Miskiff reveals he turned down a gambling sponsor who offered him $10,000,000 a year

On April 25, Mathew gave details about his rejected gambling sponsorship. In a now-deleted live stream, the content creator mentioned that he considered taking the deal because it offered him “generational wealth.”

Sharing insights into gambling sponsorships, the One True King co-founder stated:

“It’s not even overtime. 15 hours a month. It was $10,000,000 a year! 15 hours a year $10,000,000 and… I know. I’m not gonna lie to you. Bro, I thought about it, and you’re all, ‘F***ing it.’ ‘ It doesn’t make it any easier to say! I didn’t think you’d say that. I don’t know.”

4) Misciff surprises the streaming community by ending his Twitch Plays Pokemon series early

The Austin, Texas-based content creator announced a special Twitch Plays Pokemon series on December 2nd. He mentioned a return to full-time live streaming if fans beat Pokemon Emerald Edition.

On December 3, the 27-year-old surprised the community by ending the live stream early. He took to his alternate Twitter handle to explain his decision.

Mathew apologized to his fans in a longer, now-deleted tweet, saying he didn’t expect such low interest. He went on to say that it was “obvious” that interactive broadcasts were not popular.

An excerpt from his address reads:

“Guys, I’m sorry I ended it. There aren’t many people who care about it, it makes sense why. The game is 18 years old, so you have to be at least 20 to play it. The twitch community has changed in the past and it’s been a few years since I did it.”

In a response thread on the r/LivestreamFail subreddit, Redditor u/skummydummy125 shared the streamer’s full TwitLonger update:

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3) Misciff announces his special in-game skin and hosts a $100,000 SMITE tournament

Misciff took the stage to announce his skin at an OTK gaming convention called OTK Games Expo. He revealed Thanatos’ in-game skin, saying:

“I will be Thanatos, I have my own skin!”

On June 28th, the Twitch sensation hosted a $100,000 SMITE tournament, attended by several well-known influencers. Fellow OTK member Tektone and his team won the tournament and bagged a huge cash prize.

Misciff’s special broadcast was a huge success, with 42,000 viewers tuning in to watch their favorite streamers compete in the game.

2) Miskiff lost $36,000 in rare games auctions

On November 8th, Matthew submitted a broadcast to sell some of his most prized vintage games in an online auction. About five hours later, the streamer realized he had lost a whopping $36,000.

Timestamp: 04:45:10

After doing some calculations in the note document, Matthew said:

“What happened?! I bought that box for 30 grand! Literally $110,000 three months ago. Now it sold for $15k!”

Following the end of the auction, the content creator noticed several fans laughing after losing so much money. Then he decided to advertise on his channel:

“I’m showing ads non-stop and you’re showing a**holes because so many of you are craggasming (touch emote) and sitting non-stop on the fact that I lost. This money. Let’s see how funny it is to watch a three-minute commercial. Enjoy drinking ExtraEmily chocolate milk.”

1) Misciff went on hiatus following sexual harassment allegations leveled against Crazyslick by Adriana Lee

In one of the most controversial moments of 2022, Misciff went on leave after sexual harassment allegations were made against Twitch streamer Adrianna Lee Krazyslick.

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On September 20, Adriana Lee watched a clip in which she admitted to sexually assaulting Matthew Krazyslik. The 30-second clip has received over 278k views, in which Miskiff is heard saying:

“Whatever you make of it, it’s sexual harassment, whatever, on a low level, it’s not really a big deal. I don’t think people really gave a**t and really cared.”

The next day (September 21), an official statement was released revealing that the de facto King had placed Matthew on leave and would be stepping down from his “organizational duties.”

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