Netizens create new trends on the web every other day and r/place is the latest trend on the web. People from all over the world collaborate and create mosaic art on Reddit. Twitch streamers are trying to put their stamp on the subreddit.
r/reddit was launched by Reddit on April 1, 2017 and will be popular again on April 1, 2022. r/place is a community project and social experiment hosted on the social networking site Reddit. The experiment involved an online canvas on a subreddit called r/place that registered users could edit by changing the color of a single pixel from a 16-color palette. After each pixel was placed, a timer prevented the user from placing pixels for a period of 5 to 20 minutes.
Streamers on r/place
Since streams now have thousands of viewers, they have a huge impact on the place. Many streamers try to create their own logos on the subreddit.
Recently, XQC, the biggest streamer on Twitch, discovered r/place and, as expected, wreaked havoc.
Now XQC is one of the most hated people on the subreddit as he and his views have already destroyed many arts. A Twitter user named @darcysavisa called, “xQc is actually such a horrible streamer with his fanbase constantly ruining shit on r/place and ruining the fun for a lot of people just because he thinks he’s funny and the worst thing is nobody can stop him because he is like the biggest streamer.”.
“So now, [xQc]attacks me everywhere, that is [BruceDropemOff] attacks America, OTK is canceled, and now we go here and attack xQC,” Mizkif describes the aftermath.
What are your views on this whole r/place scenario? Do you support and participate in xQc’s raids on the subreddit or are you opposed to it?
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