Lol 3 years ago it was WoTLK that killed arena, now it's cata, tomorrow it'll be pandaria or whatever this thing is called. Games progress, nothing is killed, they just evolve. It's so boring watching people repeat the same exact cycle of disdain, x killed y, y killed z.
that's easy to explain
it's because every expansion has been worse than the previous
wotlk was fucking shit and everyone was whining about it, but when cata came it people went "wow, wotlk wasn't that bad"
holy..i've said and done some pretty stupid shit a few years ago when I was a little more immature and had a huge ego, but even I never went to the level of douche-baggery of this nmp guy
i've said this a million times or more on my stream: unless you're streaming consistently to 5K+ viewers, you aren't making more money than any normal educated person with a job, unless you're getting extremely high donations from some rich dude from another country (in which case you should try the casino sometime)
any intelligent person should steer clear from trying to make a living off streaming. once your game of choice dies out, you are in big trouble (ie destiny who used to pull 7-8K viewers consistently or idra who used to pull 8-15K viewers consistently; both pushing ~3k on average on a good day now)
Get an education, get a stable job, build your resume, do whichever one floats your boat and enjoy your employment benefits, 401K, pension, etc because they will serve you in the long run. You don't want to be 50 years old and base your existence on whether Billy , age 17, got ahold of his mom's credit card or whether Mohammed, age 41, living in Dubai, feels generous today and wants to donate some of his wealth to you.
Funny how nobody in this thread seems to realize what's actually going on.
Promoting via charity is nothing new. If you haven't been living under a rock, you all know or have seen examples of it before in mass media, festivals, events, certain people, etc. The real reason that's a thing is the way taxes work with donations and charity. Look it up yourself if you're curious, there's no secret to it. There's a reason it's so popular; especially in the internet sector, most of which is still "gray zone" for legal and tax systems. This is all business, very much profitable both for the fund raising money and the people promoting it. It's not illegal however, posting threats is pointless.
Being a bunch of pretentious twats and clowns on camera is nothing new either. You rarely see a combination of the two though - people at least have the dignity to pretend they're doing something good when using this method. At least for their own sake, a decent public image, future contracts and funds, you know. But I guess you can't expect much from people who use rank 1 titles to justify being dumb (literally).
Feel free to proceed with your public circus, everybody is watching you.