Twitch streamer Reckful commits suicide

Twitch streamer Reckful commits suicide

Twitch streamer Reckful has committed suicide. He is a veteran and former esports pro Byron. The news was broke by BlueGoesMew who happened to be his ex-girlfriend.

The veteran, Twitch streamer Reckful took his own life on July 2. Depression has been identified as a likely result of his action as he had struggled with it and also confessed it on the Harvard psychiatrist Dr Kanojia’s stream in December 2019.

BlueGoesMew revealed that an hour to hearing the sad news, she suffered a series of panic attacks. In a post, she said  “I’ve been having a panic attack for an hour. I don’t know what to do.”

The 31-year-old had posted some information on twitter earlier on which showed all was not well but no one anticipated suicide was going to be his last option. 

Many fans have been left in shock and his strings of tweets have been reviewed several after his demise. 


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His mates with whom he shares the same room have confirmed the story according to his fellow streamer NymN.

The confirmation message read

“No, Blue’s twitter account isn’t hacked & Byron’s roommate has confirmed it,” he tweeted. “It is true. F**k everything about this year.”

Twitch streamer Reckful had posted earlier that

“I feel bad for anyone who has to deal with my insanity,” he wrote, shortly after publicly proposing to ex-girlfriend BeccaTilts. “Please just know in these situations the insane person does not feel in control of their actions.”

Before his sad suicide,  Reckful was one of the rare and best successful guys in the world of Warcraft. 

For six seasons running, he topped the charts as the number one and was the first to be rated and reach a whooping rating on 3000.

He annexed the MLG’s WoW tournament back in the year 2010. On Twitch, he was the favorite of fans as he always made his audience excited about his cooking, IRL, and gaming. 

Some  936,000 followers were glued to his account.  Twitch, he was known as a variety streamer, entertaining his audience of 936,000 followers with broadcasts such as cooking, IRL, and gaming. 

His colleague streamers have been shocked by the news and Andy Milonakis shared a post saying.  “Heartbroken. Still in shock, I’ve dreaded that this day could possibly come, famed streamer. Byron, I love you.

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