TSM Myth Lashes Out At Fans Following Queries On His Teammate

Published 04/02/2021, 1:50 PM EDT


Once regarded as some of the best streamers in the world, Darryle ‘Hamlinz’ Hamlin and Daequan ‘Daequan’ Loco have left the space for a nearly two-year spell. Amidst the community’s frequent questions about them, a TSM player has grown constantly frustrated.

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TSM Myth recently lashed out at the community after repeated questions about his teammate. He asked the fans to stop asking updates on Daequen and Hamlinz as he simply does not know about them.

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Myth also remarked that if the streamer duo wanted the fans to know about them, they would speak for themselves.

Looking at his tweets, Myth does not seem to have any idea when his teammates are making their comebacks. Hopefully, the dynamic duo will make their return later this year.

What happened to the streamers?

Daequen and Hamlinz were bright Fortnite players. Their popularity grew as a result of their skills in-game and with their style of content creation.

However, things took a sharp turn when both stopped streaming. Daequen went on a long break with no explanations given out. Members of TSM were facing certain issues, but it was rather unclear why they made a sudden exit from streaming.

Given Daequen’s past medical conditions, the only assumptions were that he was unwell. The player had suffered from depression among other sickness in his earlier years. He gave clarity to fans on Thanksgiving last year, saying that he feels a lot better, but has still not made his comeback.

The streamer has made a total of two videos last year, and fans can’t help but wonder when he’ll return.

Similarly, in Hamlinz’s case, the streamer has stayed silent for all the questions. He has updated the fans on some occasions, but hasn’t streamed in his accounts that have amassed millions of followers.

TSM aims comback

Meanwhile, TSM has just completed signing their sixth man for their Valorant roster. Braxton “Brax” Pierce has joined the Esports organization after his exit from T1.

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The young prodigy of CS: GO chose Valorant to redeem his career and with a team like TSM by his side, the expectations are sky high. Myth himself is excited to have Brax onboard as TSM looks to make their big comeback into the Valorant Esports scene.

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The team has struggled in recent times but with some new additions, they would be looking for some redemption

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Hrithik Unnikrishnan

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Hrithik Unnikrishnan is an eSports and WWE author at EssentiallySports since April 2020. A journalism undergraduate with experience in creative design, Hrithik has a profound love for everything competitive. He grew up watching WWE and playing various titles like Call of Duty, FIFA, and Hitman.

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