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Discussion in 'Gran Turismo Sport' started by R10tz0r, Sep 30, 2018.
please don't make me have to choose such a hard decision on a lazy sunday night
Multiple tabs is your answer, watch them all.
Slow down there, you're busy living in 2026, while we're still in 2018.
I’m subscribed to TheKie25, his videos are great and he is a very good driver.
Nooo @Tidgney got the lowest views
You forgot Super_GT... who's a Forza/GT streamer. Quite hilarious one at that, too.
Don't worry about me mate, it's good there's so much content for GT Sport coming out . I've always said I do it for the fun, and I'm not out to grow some substantial crazy youtube channel !
There's a website(s) that acts as a YouTube multiplexer, far more tidy than multiple tabs... can't remember exactly but smigview and viewsync might work.
Yes but you're a really nice guy and a fantastic driver! Your reaction to the Season 3 finale was nothing short of impressive! I would have majorly lost my cool! I feel it should be growing by itself just by the afore mentioned compliments!
I avoid his channel as every title I seem to see has something about other peoples driving. It puts me off watching
'worst driver' 'ramming this' 'ramming that'
That's not to say all his vids are like that, but it just puts me off!
On FIA nights @Tidgney is the guy to watch, I love his streams on a Wednesday and Saturday night
I think what is clearly the correct solution is to get everyone in the British Superstars Championship at once...
Loving the live streams and the Sunday Funday's were entertaining. Any more of those planned?
That's usually on Forza and they are painful to watch.
The GTS videos are much better as he doesn't hide from the daily races (I understand why people avoid them) as well as his FIA stuff.
A very polished start to your live streaming but it looks like you struggle to concentrate when you're chatting? Kie25 (I love his leaning into corners) looks like he's got the same problem but it must be hard to race when you've got chat running...
GamerMuscle and Jimmy B crack me up with their videos. If only they played GTS...
Jimmy is the pinnacle for me. His driving is superb and his commentary is second to none. That along with the fact that he really does know how to have a laugh while trying to make a living off it! I normally hate when people give the whole 'like subscribe' nonsense but with Jimmer, I want to!
Well worth checking out @SileightyCyrus from the US who streams GTS. His channel is TyrannoCyrusRex on Twitch.
I've been watching his Sunday and Tuesday streams. He's fast and races clean .
It's not SUPER GT fault that he always get sucked off racing in GT Sport.
Z28 is another one to watch.
That's very kind mate ! I could have lost my cool, but life's to short to worry to much about a game.
Cheers dude ! I try my best, keep up your streams !
There's more planned, it's just a crazy month this month as we have the regional finals, and I'm apparently visiting Manchester Airport most Sundays haha! I think there might be a little something this Sunday otherwise it'll be 28th.
He's great to watch for finding examples of a really fast guy driving too aggressively. He doesn't do it in sport mode races nearly as much (which means he must know), but when he hosts lobbies he makes way too much contact with the slower guys when overtaking.
He does low to high rank grids most of the time and most of the contact comes from the slower driver not being able to go wheel to wheel with him. He's no saint and misjudged a few passes but haven't we all?
Besides which, his lobbies are a bit of fun unless he's doing some FIA practice. Usually fastest first in those and taken more seriously.
isn't it only slanderous if it's false? So you're basically saying the same thing I'm saying....he's clean when others in the race are as fast or faster, but if he's racing against slower people (almost everyone in the game) he makes too much contact. Is another driver being slower an excuse to make contact when aggressively overtaking? He outbrakes people in his lobbies and tucks his nose in after they've already turned in. I'm not saying it happens all the time, but of all the streamers he's both one of the most popular and one of the most aggressive.
I've watched his streams a lot, like more than any other streamer, simply because he's the best one to watch in the Americas region and I like to see races with guys I have or may one day race against. If you compare his level of sportsmanship to someone like Tidgney, there's just a world of difference, and somehow Tidge is faster while being more patient and clean. I like the guy and his streams, he just often blames other people for contact he caused because they "braked early" or some other thing that could have been avoided by him, being the more skilled driver.
Why I said 'kinda'.
I've watched all of his GTS videos on youtube and I agree he's pulled a few moves he shouldn't have but haven't we all? If you counted the times he's involved in an incident from all of his videos, then did the same for clean moves, you'd see a very clean driver in the offset.
I'd say he's as fair as most of the top splits in competitive races but with him (usually) running slowest, based on rank first and a few top rank drivers at the back in lobbies, you get a lot of congestion early on in the race. By low rank, I'm talking D and C DR with a similar SR. Contact is almost inevitable but not once have I seen him deliberately hit someone. If you have an example of him doing that, I'd be interested to see it.
It's a tough balance for him. Show some action to the viewers by starting at the back or turn most races into a hot lap session with starting at the front.
I've seen a few over aggressive top driver's videos (mentioning no names) on youtube and soon unsubscribe from them. Z28 has got just the right amount of aggression from what I've seen. Races hard but fair.
Sure, we all have, but we're not talking about you and me, we're talking about somebody who is one of the fastest drivers in the game/region who has A LOT of viewers, and some people actually think he's super clean and believe him when he blames others for the contact he makes. I don't really care to argue about it, I know what I've seen and I know what I've said, and in my opinion he's the most aggressive of the popular YT streamers and he doesn't need to be that aggressive to be that fast. Overall he's clean if you're taking a tally, yes, but I definitely wouldn't point to him as a great example of sportsmanship or owning his own mistakes, especially when there are other more shining examples readily available.
For entertainment Tidgney and SuperGT, for the OMG how did he do that, it has to be Nicor/ORMA Snow.
Another one to watch is HammerStudiosGaming. I don't know if he does streaming but he does do youtube vids for GT and Forza, car reviews and builds among others.
I'm not arguing with you. I think you're wrong but we've all got our own benchmark on what we think's too aggressive.
Streamer who have good command of spoken English will have bright future, and packaged it with deep knowledge about cars, then its brilliant.
I stream my races too,but I don't like to talk. I let the action speaks for itself, and I treat youtube gaming as my cloud video recorder
In terms of streamers for each region:
Asia/Oceania races: @MonkeyMan_707 and @Sidawg2 are two recommendations over at Twitch. As for YouTube itself, Saika159 is recommended by a certain Brit on the next section...
EMEA races: ...which just so happens to be @Tidgney who does those things. Not only that, he does other streams such as the British Superstars Championship, special endurance events, Funday Sunday, and his newest series being Let's Start Again: 0 to 75K DR. Other FIA race streamers include @ZokyCRO and @TRL LIGHTNING (though the latter can only occassionally stream races on YouTube, whereas the former can be found on Twitch, but I haven't watched his races live yet.) If you want to see other types of races, go check out @F4H Super GT for an insight of his silliness, plus a live overview of Daily Races of the Week. Not to mention that there is also an occassional stream from @EERIEISSSS and the most recent one to jump onto the stream train is @kie25.
Americas: Z28 is the obvious choice, although you might be put off by his aggressive driving style and his blames to slower drivers, so some good alternatives are TheCyclingJudoka (who also does races in other regions under his alternate accounts, especially FIA races that is), @LLOYDZELITE69, and the king of Americas himself that is NicoR, formerly known as ORMA_Snow.
If english is not your first language I'm sure you could probably still be popular with your own countryman.
That being said my taste in streamers is not based on how well they speak english but how entertaining the content is. I actually sometimes prefer when I don't have to hear someone blabber on about how great they are
That's a shame but of course your free choice. The rammer stuff is almost entirely unique to Forza though. Scrolling through my GT Sport videos just a moment ago, I saw more than 90% where a reference to my own race rather than someone else in the race.
I'd like to think that the title I use gives a general theme of the video or something to expect within the video. I've never heard of someone being put off by titles alone but I can assure you that the content within explores the game in more depth than just 'some guy keeps hitting me off'.
On another note, I'd like to point everyone towards @kie25 who has just started streaming on YouTube. Great content creator and great person. This is alongside @Tidgney , @Z28 , @EERIEISSSS and @F4H Rosso who are my go-to people for GT Sport.
I'm not up anywhere near the likes of my favourite streamer (Tidgney) I talk sometimes but I'm to busy concentrating to hold a conversation(I can't even talk and drive in the real world either much to my gf annoyance lol). My preferance when watching streamers is to just get on with it and be informative like Tidgney (Big up the Choo Choo). I've watched a few of the others mentioned above my post......But I'll stick with the PugTrain master as he ticks every imaginary box I have