Madden’s streamer, “Chibatta Mitch,” has ignited the Internet as a video with him, shirtless and sweaty, mixing WWE and Dragon Ball Z, has gained viral fame on social media.
Of all the simple objects in the world, few have as much power as the green screen. And Chibatta Mitch, the self-proclaimed “Mad God,” proved this by taking advantage of the otherwise limited streaming setup to create a video that flies through Twitter.
Like Santa Claus, his reindeer and sleigh full of presents, a video of Madden’s Chibatta Mitch gameplay surrounds the clouds on the Internet and delights gamers far and wide. Mitch, a Facebook game streamer and Madden Maestro (ranked 3rd in the world), does not have the best quality of the microphone, but its production and energy remain intact.
In the circulating video, Mitch plays an opponent online, and although it̵
That shit made me start playing again 🤣🤣🤣 pic.twitter.com/IdsU56G2dg
– BIZ (@ biz__23) January 9, 2021
Inspired by the energy, “biz__23” shared the video on Twitter with a simple caption: “It made me want to start playing again.”
Eventually, the video made its rounds online, even getting ESPN’s SportsCenter to share it on a day when many expect traditional sports fans to be much more focused on the NFL Wildcard Sunday.
But some content cannot be denied, and Mitch’s is no exception. In response, users credited the streamer for the excellent Kamehameha recreation and for the thunderous embodiment of WWE’s Undertaker introductions.
Him this in the stream also pic.twitter.com/WoChRu47g9
– PJ Brown (@ PJ_Island12) January 10, 2021
Fans of Chibata Mitchhe also saw the video and had to introduce new viewers to more of his antics. In a video, “PJ_Island12” showed a screen shot of Mitch distorting himself as a training sergeant, turning to a line of Marines.
With other fans letting people know that Mitch’s behavior in the first quarter was typical, we now know that the streamer goes through many torn shirts on the stream. More impressively, despite putting so much energy into its content, it appears to be a top 3 player in Madden’s charts.