Corpse Husband, Ludwig and Others React to Sykkuno Playing With Captain Marvel Star, Brie Larson

Published 05/22/2021, 1:26 PM EDT


Popular Twitch streamer Sykkuno has played with his fair share of celebrities and media personalities. He was part of the three-person content creator crew along with Valkyrae and Corpse Husband in the Jimmy Fallon Among Us stream.

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It seemed like he wouldn’t join someone more famous than the late-night talk show host soon. But, Sykkuno recently revealed that he will be playing with one of the Avengers in Captain Marvel.

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Sykkuno to play Knockout City with Brookeab and Brie Larson

Yesterday, Sykkuno tweeted out that he was playing with Captain Marvel star, Brie Larson along with Twitch streamer BrookeAB. Other than that, he also stated that they would be playing the new Electronic Arts title, Knockout City which is inspired by the game of Dodgeball. The title released yesterday with rave reviews from fans and critics alike.

Other than that, Brie Larson also posted an IG story about her venture with Sykkuno and Brookeab. She revealed that this stream would be her first-ever attempt at live streaming on her YouTube channel.

Brie has been posting a lot of vlogs on her channel similar to other celebrities on the platform like Will Smith, Zac Efron and many more. But with this Knockout City livestream, she has entered a whole different realm.

Streamers react to the announcement of the stream

After Sykkuno announced his plans to stream with Brie Larson, many creators shared their excitement for the epic collaboration. While fellow streamer Corpse Husband replied to his tweet with a smiling face, Twitch King Ludwig joked about not receiving an invitation to this venture. Along with that, Minecraft streamer Karl Jacobs also expressed his love for Sykkuno in his reply to the announcement.

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Hollywood celebrities partnering with streamers and content creators has become a popular trend over the past few years. Ever since Drake and the crew played Fortnite with Ninja a few years ago, fans have always wondered if the collaboration could ever be topped.

But over the past few months, streamers like Corpse Husband and many others have joined forces with athletes and artists to play in tournaments and events, and it seems like this trend would only get more popular.

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Rupesh Nair

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Rupesh is an eSports author at EssentiallySports. Currently a student at Mumbai University, he has been involved with eSports since his childhood. Having played titles like Fallout 4, Minecraft, FIFA, Portal 2 and Halo 4 extensively, Rupesh has a deep understanding of the sport.

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