Amputee Marine Veteran Twitch Streamer Wins His First Game Of Apex Legends
Playing video games is hard enough when you're a fully abled human. But take away a hand or even a finger and it suddenly becomes a lot harder.
As a result, he plays video games with his other arm and his right foot.
One of his favourite games at the moment is the incredibly popular Apex Legends, who just featured him on social media, showing him winning his first match.
In the clip it shows him picking off his opponents one by one, reviving a team mate and making the final kill shot to make him the champion of the round.
After posting the video, people from around the world have been paying their respects for the bloke for being an absolute legend.
One person wrote: "I'll never be this good and I've got both arms so well deserved is an understatement! This guy is a legend"
Another added: "He has one arm and is still a better shot than me. That being said I'm like a storm trooper in shooting games so everyone is better than me."
Twitch streaming certainly allows people, who might not be top of the leader board impressive at gaming, to gain a following where they wouldn't have had before. Whether you're the comedic type, like the old school PewDiePie, or you have an interesting story, people will flock to watch you play Apex Legends, Fortnite or whatever game you fancy.
Take this grandpa for example, who notched up more than 150,000 followers.
Former Navy diver 'GrndPaGaming' says in his bio that he served 20 years and four months in the Navy, but now loves astronomy, collecting sea shells and cooking - and gaming, obviously.
According to ComicBook.com, he recently went on an 'absolutely glorious killing spree' in Apex Legends, and even trash-talked his opponents in the process.
He'd apparently been in a tight situation after his teammate went down, meaning he was left in a two-versus-one situation.
No biggie for GrndPa, who pulled out a couple of 'casual Triple Take no-scopes in a row'.
Definitely want to see more people like these two take over the gaming world.
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