World Cup opponents are hypocrites – big message from the streamer

MontanaBlack doesn't want to know about the boycott of the World Cup in Qatar

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Of: Joost Rademacher

Twitch streamer MontanaBlack once positioned itself clearly on a trending topic. This time the World Cup opponents got rid of their fat.

Buxtehude – Anyone who knows MontanaBlack knows about his often controversial opinions. Whether it’s about relationships, online casinos or slow drivers, the Twitch star has already added his two cents to all sorts of topics. With his current statements, Marcel “MontanaBlack” Eris is now even upsetting some of his fans. In a recent live stream, the streamer settled for the boycott of this year’s World Cup in Qatar.

Full name Marcel Thomas Andreas Eris
Known as MontanaBlack
birthday March 02, 1988
Place of birth Buxtehude
Subscribers on YouTube 2,910,000 (as of November 2022)
Followers on Twitch 4,700,000 (as of November 2022)

MontanaBlack against Qatar boycott – Streamer accuses World Cup opponents of hypocrisy

This happened: In a recent live stream, MontanaBlack took on questions from his own community, where fans were able to get some rare insights into the streamer’s thoughts and feelings. MontanaBlack’s past relationships and ex-girlfriends were also discussed in the open question and answer session on Twitch. Finally, however, a young fan asked the Twitch star about his attitude to the upcoming World Cup and whether he would boycott the World Cup in Qatar.

MontanaBlack: No mood for Qatar boycott – streamer settles accounts with World Cup opponents © MontanaBlack/FIFA (Montage)

This is what Monte says about the World Cup in Qatar: MontanaBlack quickly became abusive on his stream to many people who had already announced they were boycotting this year’s World Cup. In any case, he himself would watch the games of the national team, he thinks very little of the boycott and makes it quite clear. In fact, he already accuses many boycotters of the World Cup of hypocrisy.

All those assholes who pretend to be politically correct on the Internet and say ‘Here in Qatar, I’m boycotting all the games’, they’re the first to watch the games.

Judging about the enslavement of people for the construction of football stadiums would not be his job, says MontanaBlack on the live stream. The streamer admitted that the background was “shit” and that the World Cup in Qatar would have happened at all was “very big nonsense”. You should also draw attention to this background, said Marcel Eris, but that didn’t stop him from watching the games.

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MontanaBlack against World Cup boycott – criticism also comes from their own fan base

This is how his fans react: What MontanaBlack’s viewers and fans thought of the statements could be followed practically live in the chat on Twitch. There the streamer, whose followers usually eat out of his hand, faced a surprising amount of headwind. His fans make it clear that they don’t think much of hostilities with boycotters, and often even do without the 2022 World Cup themselves.

  • “What does that have to do with assholes? Thousands of people are dying because of the World Cup wtf” – cope2k
  • “Better not say anything bro” – itsSyver
  • “Digga, I don’t watch a single game” – ilovedencookie
  • “I will not give myself the dirt for money” – zer0tonin_
  • “L Take” – Arrogvnce_

This attitude is not only strongly represented in the MontanaBlack audience, other streamers are also positioning themselves more and more clearly against the World Cup in Qatar. “I prefer my football without thousands of dead bodies. Is a matter of taste”, was the recent statement by Trymacs, who had also shortly before sworn off FIFA 23. Whether Trymacs or MontanaBlack’s more critical fans can get through to the Twitch “Bad Boy” is anyone’s guess.