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Do you check people's streams post match?

How often do you check a stream (both as a survivor and as a killer) after a match? Do you show interest in seeing yourself from a different perspective?


Personally, I do. Not so much for gameplay wise but just to see how the streamer reacts to certain things but, usually, I always leave a follow if it's a positive and nice streamer in general, we REALLY need positivity in a game with a community this separated.

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  • MandyTalkMandyTalk Mod, Co-ordinator Posts: 6,190

    I have done, but for the opposite reasons - I don't tend to be concerned about the Streamer reactions to things but I check out my gameplay, see where I made mistakes, what I could have done differently etc.

  • Rizzo90Rizzo90 Member, Mod Posts: 5,334

    I used to do it a lot in the past and that's how I met a lot of people on Twitch, not really to see the reactions or such, sometimes just to thank for the game if it was fun.

  • ABannedCatABannedCat Member Posts: 1,875
    edited January 30

    I do always, if I have time. See my gameplay from the other side, and see their reactions.

    Its alot more comical than educational when its a survivor-streamer, because 9 out of 10 times they are the kind of people that call you "proxy camping" by simply breaking pallets and generators close to the hook before leaving.

  • BenZ0BenZ0 Member Posts: 1,824

    I watch my game from the streamers view to observe what mistakes I did or what I could do better. Or sometimes to see his reaction on some moments :D

  • YaiPaYaiPa Member Posts: 1,372

    Only if they DCed.

  • NurseMainBTWNurseMainBTW Member Posts: 531


    Mhm... why only when they DC? To check if it was accidental?

  • shaloshalo Member Posts: 291
    edited January 30

    I do, then I find out they've been cursing and swearing at my Legion the entire game before giving me a meek gg in post-game chat. Watch survivor streams and you'll never give the hatch again.

  • EvilJoshyEvilJoshy Member Posts: 1,101
    edited January 30

    I don't. Mainly because everyone thinks they are a big streamer but only have 2 viewers. Putting .TV in your name doesn't make you better at this game. Often streamers hinder my fun.

    If I'm killer, odds are a streamer is going to try to piss me off to put on a show. Instead of actually playing the game. I had a streamer sabo all the hooks around his gen. When I caught him I had no where to hook him so I left him on the ground. I went hunting and chased someone else. I hooked them and BBQ revealed the other 2 running to heal him. So I went back to him. Then he called me a camper -.- He screwed his team. He could have done 1-2 gens with the time he wasted saboing. He also put me in a situation where slugging was the optimal choice cause it would complete my objective. I don.t even think he healed himself while on the ground cause both of them touched him and he didn't get up as fast as he should have. I ended up downing all 3 of them and during the process, nobody was able to save the person I hooked earlier. When I play killer, 7/10 streamers quit when I win a mind game. My favorite are the ones who ds and step in a trap.

    If I'm survivor and your on my team then the killer is going to bring his try hard gear(Moris)

    I don't check other peoples streams but some of my friends do when I SWF. It's mostly someone whining that they lost.

    Now if they posted a video playing against me and I'm trapper or a jump scare killer. Id watch that. Seeing people vault a window and step in a trap. Or they're working on a gen and I magically come around the corner as GF. Listen to them have a heart attack.

  • oxygenoxygen Member Posts: 1,396

    Sometimes, I like seeing my gameplay from other perspectives.

  • arslaNarslaN Member Posts: 1,807

    If I do really well as a survivor I check out their stream to see the chase from the killers perspective

  • ToxicboiiToxicboii Member Posts: 334

    I do.

    I have 2 screens, so I could just shove the stream into one of the screens with my game in the other.

    I just do it because it's fun to see myself in their perspective.

  • WateryWatery Member Posts: 1,118

    Always do. Drop a GG in the chat and give them a follow.

    As someone in the community once said “Be the change you want to see in the community”.

    I take those words to heart.

  • BossBoss Member, Trusted Posts: 9,401

    I've done it twice i think.

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