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Via: Kotaku
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Jaryd “summit1g” Lazar ranks as one of the leading Counter-Strike streaming authorities with comfortably over a million followers. Over the weekend he took a gander and subbed for a pro team, which suffice to say, didn't bode well for the young lad.

With a whopping $250k on the line the big boys were definitely out like Luminosity, Tempo Storm, and Cloud9. Summit however, was subbing for Splyce, which isn't the most accomplished of American teams.

Splyce found themselves squared off against Counter Logic Gaming, where they surprisingly enough held their own, and even took 15 rounds to CLG's 11. Things got real heavy, real quick though when after Summit achieved a clutch kill, he proceeded to walk into the very flames of the molotov he'd tossed to elminate his opponent on the way to disarming the bomb, and 'almost' taking home the victory.

Splyce went on to end up in OT, lost the next couple games, and the eventual match 2-0.

The memes thus far have been golden:

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WARNING: Strong language near the middle of the video. 

These cops really got the wrong guy.  Jarid Hamilton was in the process of live streaming on Twitch when the cops came knocking at his door for a noise complaint.  His neighbor, Benjamin Michael Frostad, allegedly called the police on Hamilton so he could steal from him.

 After giving the police some trouble, Hamilton is taken out of his apartment to be arrested for refusing to give his name to the police. 

That's when Frostad sneaks in and takes some shoes and headphones.  He also returns for more items a little later.  You can see him look straight into the camera to check if the coast is clear. 

Look into the eyes of a criminal mastermind
via Mr_13ig

Obviously, it wasn't. The people watching Hamilton's livestream on Twitch called the police to report the burglary.  Now Frostad's facing felony burglary charges. 


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Google, you're already the king of the internet. You don't need to be a god.

Via: g1370
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On Wednesday, August 19, 'Twitch Plays Dark Souls' actually vanquished the first boss in the game, the Asylum Demon. So miracles do come true!

Catch up on all the (in)action here!

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