Rust was released back in 2013, but the survival game is currently making a comeback. Both the number of players and viewers on streaming portals have risen rapidly in recent weeks – time for a streamer to make an event, which he then quickly ended.


Rust: Keemstar put out a bounty

YouTuber and streamer Daniel “Keemstar” Keem is best known for his news show DramaAlert, and he also organizes tournaments here and there in which other big streamers such as PewDiePie have already participated. However, he is not always positive, most recently he caused a sensation in August 2020 when he joined the hate wave against the streamer Pokimane. How did he attract attention now?

Keemstar posted a tweet on January 4, 2021 in which he put a bounty on Overwatch streamer Daniel "Dafran" Francesca. He offered $ 10,000 to destroy the Rust base. The reason for this is supposed to be a ban that Dafran imposed on him during a stream, although according to his statement he had nothing to do with it.

“Fuck this guy. I'm rich and he made me sad – now I'm making him sad. $ 10,000. Raid him. Blow up his base. Kill him on his server and take away all of his stuff. Makes him cry, ”Keemstar said in his video.

Rust: That backfired

Dafran probably got wind of the matter and decided with Twitch buddy xQc to fake a raid in order to putting the $ 10,000 in his own pocket. The matter did not go unnoticed, however, and Keemstar rowed back as quickly as possible. "I will not be ripped off," he stated.

2021 still has numerous games to offer.

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