PewDiePie gets nostalgic during Minecraft stream, says he misses out on playing DotA at net cafes
Swedish internet icon and popular gaming character Felix ‘PewDiePie’ Kjellberg just recently shed some light on the things he misses out on gaming from his pre-YouTube days.
With over 100 million customers, the YouTuber spoke fondly of the state of internet cafes in Asia. He likewise pointed out the old days when he used to play DotA, formerly understood as Defense of the Ancients (abbreviated DotA).
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In a current stream emphasize, PewDiePie responded to a chat with this remark:
” In Asia, yeah, net coffee shops appears to be really popular still, However for some reason it’s not here and I miss it, cause it’s enjoyable.”
Regreting the fall of web coffee shops in Europe, PewDiePie then spoke about the days when he used to play what is probably DotA. He even hummed the popular song by Basshunter appropriately titled DotA substantiated of love for the video game.
” Going to net coffee shops playing DotA, those were the days. ”
The rise of PC video gaming with individuals obtaining their own set-ups has caused the decline of internet coffee shops in Europe. This is not the case in Asia, where the culture of going and playing video games at an internet coffee shop still flourishes in nations like China, Japan, South Korea, and even India.
LAN gaming culture at an internet cafe is so strong that Taiwan has its own video gaming hotel total with bootcamp LAN suites for players aiming to practice as a group.