Many players have given the dead streamer Byron "Reckful" Bernstein their last honor in World of Warcraft. For this purpose, several in-game events recently took place, in which thousands of fans gathered in memory of Bernstein.
Towards the end of last week, news about the death of the streamer Byron "Reckful" Bernstein caused a stir and sympathy among numerous fans. The community of the online role-playing game World of Warcraft was particularly hard hit because after all, amber has been an integral part of this fan community for many years. In order to say goodbye to "Reckful", they organized a huge in-game event.
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More specifically, several events of this kind actually took place on different servers from both World of Warcraft (buy now for 14.54 €) as well as World of Warcraft Classic. Thousands of players gathered at previously agreed venues in the game world to pay Byron "Reckful" Bernstein their last respects. The participants in these ceremonies came from countless different countries and wanted to commemorate the legacy of the deceased. Among other things, the well-known streamer "Asomongold" has published a video of this very emotional event, which according to current estimates was probably the largest player-initiated in-game event in the history of World of Warcraft to date. You can find the video below this message.
His former girlfriend published particularly moving words about the death of Bernstein:
"My heart hurts. I'm sure many of you feel the same way. Byron wanted everyone to be friends, so let's make his wish come true in these difficult times. I'll do my best to be the best possible person I can and live my life accordingly. I promise. Rest in peace. "
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