Luminosity Gaming star Matthew & # 39; FormaL & # 39; Piper has looked forward to his fans by revealing the plan to return to live streaming at Twitch in 2019, saying it will be "like [the] Black Ops 3 days".
During the 2015-16 Black Ops III season, FormaL, when playing for OpTic Gaming, was one of the most popular Call of Duty streamers on Twitch.
His impressive gameplay and relaxed approach to streaming attracted thousands of viewers on a regular basis as one of the top professionals in the Call of Duty professionally crafted their craft.
However, FormaL's streaming lessons began to sink over the following years, eventually becoming virtually inactive on its 300,000 + trailer Twitch channel.
Streaming hours for most professional players reduced in the CoD: WWII season, but has increased massively since the release of Black Ops 4 in October 201
The addition of Blackout, the new Battle Royale mode, has provided pro players and streamers another option when they get tired of public multiplayer matches, allowing for more interaction with viewers. FormaL has played Blackout often, so a return to streaming makes sense.
Players like OpTics Seth & # 39; Scump & # 39; Abner, Envy's Bryan & # 39; Apathy & # 39; Zhelyazkov, FaZe Clans Tommy & # 39; ZooMaa & # 39; Paparatto and Reciprocity's Thomas & # 39; Tommey & # 39; Trewren & # 39; and other professional players have had impressive growth with streaming since the Black Ops 4 release.
With FormaL's already established follow-up and the increased title gathered for the latest Call of Duty iteration, the LG star would expect a successful return to Twitch.