Ali Kabbani, better known as TSM Myth, is a YouTuber and streamer. He rose to fame during Fortnite’s popularity surge. His extraordinary building skills distinguished him from other players at the time, and he was also one of the pioneers of the ‘turbo building’ technique we see today. At one point Myth even rivaled Ninja, who was the king of Fortnite then.
When Fortnite first released, Myth was one of the first streamers to take a chance on the game and hone his skills. He built up a fanbase through his skillful gaming and enthusiastic personality. Myth racked up wins and made his way to the top of the Fortnite leaderboards in no time.
He signed with TSM in January 2018, following which he became TSM’s Fortnite team captain and moved into the TSM house with fellow streamers, Daequan and Hamlinz. Myth’s first major Fortnite tournament was Ninja Vegas, where he, unfortunately, created this famous clip after falling to his death. Furthermore, his sub-standard plays would continue in other tournaments that year, earning him a lot of stick from critics.
The 2019 Fortnite World Cup may have been the straw that broke the camel’s back for TSM Myth. He placed 43rd at the World Cup which was better than his previous placements but did not meet fans’ high expectations. Later in March that year, Myth revealed that Fortnite would no longer be his main game.
Since stepping down as a Fortnite pro, Myth has gone on to stream games like Valorant, Rust, and Among Us. Although he ranked up quickly in Valorant, Myth did not take up professional play.
Yesterday Myth continued to stream his favorite games as usual. However, one of his Twitch viewers decided to remind Myth of his insane Fortnite success compared to his current popularity. Understandably, Myth took this comment to heart and replied, assuring them he would ”slam dunk” on all the haters. He even took to Twitter to say this.