After some time away from content creation, former TSM creators Daequan and Hamlinz are back with a new team and a multi-million dollar content house filled with their closest friends.
Despite their “explosion” during the Fortnite boom, Daequan and Hamlinz found themselves taking long breaks from content creation due to various health issues, among others.
After their last break in content, Las Vegas residents began reporting posters being placed around the city titled “Find the Streamers” with photos of Daequan and Hamlinz on them. This led to a billboard with a similar styling, a new YouTube channel of the same name, and a live broadcast of the billboard appearing shortly thereafter.
Just days after the billboard’s live broadcast began, the couple ended the stream by announcing that they were returning to content creation and had signed a deal with NRG, as well as moved to a house in content they call the “NRG Thoom House” with a bunch of their closest friends.
Who all lives in the NRG Thoom house?
Making the choice to invite a group of their closest friends over instead of other great content creators is different from most other content houses, and it gives the couple the opportunity to help develop their careers. friends.
Knowing that the duo’s friends are unknown to many, they started uploading videos featuring the members of NRG Thoom House.
Meteors made their way into House Thoom because of his friendship with Daequan whom he met through the game Black Desert Online.
Described as good vibe, genuine and funny by his roommates, Meteors believes he brings balance to the house by dropping some of the “ego” in the house.
The 27-year-old variety streamer promises to deliver some good vibes and laughs on his Twitch channel.
Much like Meteors, Ginos found his way into the Thoom House by playing a game with Daequan online.
Described as a funny and sarcastic boomer, Ginos brings a positive, competitive mindset and great conversations to the home.
The recent college graduate promises to deliver high-energy, ‘wacky’ content to his Twitch channel.
Daequan and Hamlinz started NRG Thoom House with seven of their friends and appear to be uploading introductory videos to their alternative YouTube channel “More NRG Thoom House”.
We’ll update this article as more videos are uploaded, and soon we’ll all know exactly who is creating content in the house.