The name Trainwrecks is almost synonymous with the Twitch gambling community. So when Tyler “Trainwrecks” Faraz Niknam himself called the gaming community on Twitch, it was a huge shock to the world.
Trainwrecks was one of the pioneers of streaming gaming and claimed that he even made up to a million dollars each month for these streams.
Trainwrecks suggests the gaming community is full of crooks
In a now deleted tweet, Trainwrecks made the following statement:
I don’t care who comes after me or who puts me in their sights, if you win every day you are a fake and a crook, I don’t care if when I call you you suddenly lose that day here, get the hell out, you are all crooks and you are all goddamn trash, fuck the gambling section
He further added,
F ** k affiliate codes, f ** k bogus money offers, how can streamers hook viewers when they don’t take the same risk themselves that they want to put others, damn of dog poop section.
The streamer appears to be extremely upset with people who are apparently con artists since they win every bet they play. He further added that if people suddenly lose a game after being called up, it essentially turns out to be a scam.
Fairly quickly, however, the streamer deleted the tweet, which might have been a wise move on his part. Trainwrecks is famous for their game streams and derives a large chunk of their monthly income from gambling, so it would be wise for them not to call the entire section “dog poop”.
The game caused popular Twitch streamers to have opposing views
Gaming is one of those genres on Twitch that rose suddenly in popularity in 2021. The genre also left the Twitch community split in two – one half suggesting that game streams promote addiction, while the other half thought there was nothing wrong with it. The streaming gaming debate has even put Twitch stars like Pokimane and xQc at odds with each other.