Few World of Warcraft players have ever experienced the success that Ryan â€œPandamoniumâ€ Dingle did when he began streaming full-time three years ago. Previously known as Chinglish, Pandamonium has amassed 109,000 followers and 8.9 million views on Twitch, and now consistently ranks among the top ten most-viewed WoW players on that service.
Regularly clocking in with streams that run 8-10 hours long (and on some days, over 12 hours), Pandamonium is known for his unique combination of intensity and soft-spoken gratitude. He directs that thankfulness toward his viewers and subscribers, beginning every dayâ€™s broadcast with pictures of his supporters and the message, â€œI am so blown away by all the things we have done â€¦ thank every single one of you â€¦ I am so proud to call all (of) these people my friends and family.â€
At BlizzCon 2015, Ryan was one of the very first people to stream live gameplay of World of Warcraft: Legion.
Considering that heâ€™s often asked about his many tattoos, it was the perfect opportunity to talk about someone elseâ€™s tattoos for once: those of Demon Hunter, which he analyzed for his audience.
Heâ€™s also known for being Australian through and through. After living all over that country while growing up, he spent a couple of years in Canada and the United States before moving back to Sydney, where he currently resides.
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