YouTube user exposed as internal video game user violating ban

The “insider” video game culture has mushroomed in recent years. With growing secrecy in the industry, enthusiasts have turned to rumors that are fueling their tales with tales of upcoming games. This presents a huge challenge for sites like ours: most of the information is dodgy at best, but as fans cling to every word of some of these accounts, we often have to get to the bottom of many of this often unfounded information. speculation.

A recently appeared account called TheRealInsider quickly amassed a huge following, after successfully leaking Assassin’s Creed Mirage, the latest game in Ubisoft’s stealth sandbox series. The French publisher had to go out and confirm the title before scheduling it in advance by Ubisoft Show, promises to reveal more details during the live broadcast. However, it turns out that the so-called “insider” was just a YouTuber breaking the ban.

Dan Allen Gaming, an Australian account with nearly 200,000 subscribers, was invited to preview the latest games from Ubisoft. However, instead of sticking to the ban like his peers, he decided to leak information about his alter ego account TheRealInsider. It was exposed after forgetting to change Twitter IDs before replying to a follower, and things slowly went from there. After initially denying the act, additional evidence emerged.

The YouTuber has since uploaded a regular apology video, where he gets to know everything. He acknowledges that not all of his rumors are based on prohibited information; He posted on Hard Metal Gear and Silent Hill, for example, what he admits to be – in his own words – “nonsense*t”. As for the Why He did so despite already having a successful YouTube channel with great industry connections, he says he did everything for “the power”.

This is another sober reminder of why indoor farming is such a problem. While we don’t expect this to stop fans from clinging to the words of the next big social media account, we hope it at least gives gamers pause before they believe it all. What they read on Twitter. The truth is that many of these rumor mongers are in luck chasing the dopamine gout for social media popularity.

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