Atrioc Comments on Dream’s Minecraft Cheating Scandal

Brandon Ewing, aka Atrioc is an ex-Twitch marketing employee who has become a streamer. He made the comment on YouTuber Dream Minecraft’s cheating scandal and reacted to a YouTube clip about how Dragon Warrior III speedrunners use tricks to win faster.

Dream, who has 24.9 million subscribers to his YouTube channel, is one of most loved Minecraft streamers. Dream was accused last year of cheating in his minecraft speedrun. He initially denied the accusation.

Dream released a post twitlonger admitting that his Minecraft speedruns had enabled higher drop rates. As well as speedrunning moderators, he apologized. The drama caused a lot of backlash in the community. Many streamers and personalities contributed their views and also voiced concerns.

Now, just two months after Dream admitted to cheating, the former Twitch marketing employee-turned-streamer Atrioc made a comment on the drama during his recent stream while he was reacting to a YouTube video. The video mentions a bug that alters the memory and allows you to use the “Dream Ruby” item.

Atrioc, a Twitch streamer, was quick to note that Atrioc’s video almost mentioned Minecraft Star, and how similar the situation was. He said, “Wow! Using Dream to modify the code of Minecraft…interesting.” It’s like Deja vu…I don’t understand why.” His chat has made them laugh.

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Ludwig Ahgren
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Associated acts
show Creator Awards
Twitch information Years active 2018–2021 Genre Gaming
Updated: January 19, 2022

After gaining some work experience in the field of e-sports and entertainment, Brandon was employed as a Content Marketing Coordinator at Twitch in February 2014. He was then promoted to Content Marketing Manager in September 2015, and held the job until leaving the company in December 2017 to work at NVIDIA.

Ludwig Ahgren and his friend Brandon “Atrioc” Ewing are quite close friends. Or at least close enough to be logged into each other’s Twitch accounts on their respective PC setups.01-Dec-2021

Month Total Prime
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December 2021 13,459 3,203
November 2021 15,697 3,610
October 2021 24,627 3,851
September 2021 29,713 4,300

Streamer Atrioc jokingly admits to being Dream.17-Feb-2022

Conclusion

Dream, who has 24.9 million subscribers to his YouTube channel, was accused last year of cheating in his minecraft speedrun. He initially denied the accusation at first and then changed his tune after releasing a post twitlonger admitting that his Minecraft speedruns had enabled higher drop rates. As

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