Byron Bernstein, better known for his online alias Reckful, switched into an Israeli-American Twitch streamer and former professional Esports player. The effectively delicate gaming network has been shaken by one more death today. As it’s been confirmed that Byron “Reckful” Bernstein is dead at 31 years old. As revealed by his brother, ex-girlfriend, and others.
The associated cause of death is suicide. Causing many gaming and esports characters to share the number for the suicides. For avoidance, there should be some awareness program or center.
Reckful was a very famous Twitch streamer and World of Warcraft player. One of the top players on the earth, even though for a period. One of his highest achievement was putting rank one out of six back to back periods of World of Warcraft. And has won a lot of different competitions and occasions including the game.
Reckful directed his expertise and character into a very fruitful after on Twitch. Where he would stream for a huge number of follower one after another. At the hour of this composition. His channel is as of now playing a replay of an old stream, and it’s being viewed by 40,000+ watchers.
Notwithstanding World of Warcraft, he was known for playing different games from Asheron’s Call to Hearthstone. Even more, he had been chipping away at another game as an engineer called Everland. Which was set to show up sometime this year.
The brother and ex-girlfriend of popular online gamer Byron Bernstein, well known as “Reckful”. Who died through suicide, have both shared a heartbreaking post.
Gaming Community Reactions
As the online gaming community retains to mora the lack of 31-year-old American Twitch streamer and former expert eSports player. His older brother Gary revealed heartbreaking news.
“My baby brother Byron @reckful is gone. RIP. He left in a similar way as my older brother Guy. I’ve no siblings left,” Gary wrote on his Twitter.
My baby brother Byron @reckful is gone. RIP. He left in a similar way as my older brother Guy. I’ve no siblings left.
If you have stories and pictures of him, please share them. pic.twitter.com/11sNZkNxFy
— Gary Bernstein 🌹 (@Gary_Bernstein) July 2, 2020
“If you have stories and pictures of him, please share them.” “Gary, I’m sorry for your loss. Most of us only knew Byron from Twitch. But he was the most caring individual who would always put others before his needs. He has impacted my life positively and has motivated me to get help for my depression. I saw a lot of me in him. He saved me”, another tweet from his fan list.
Wow just heard about Reckful. When I first started streaming I always looked up to him. Just gut wrenching to hear
— Troydan (@Troydan) July 2, 2020
I knew Reckful really early on in his career, covering him in the early MLG WoW esport days. He was always steps ahead of people in-game and out of game. Super smart guy.
Enjoyed his content from afar these past years. I can't believe what happened. Trailblazer in so many ways.
— JP (@itmeJP) July 2, 2020
i've been fortunate enough to know Reckful through the start of his career as the Rank 1 WoW Arena legend on BG9 and Compexity Red MLG esports champion, all the way through to being one of the most innovative streamers in Twitch history
Byron's legacy will never be forgotten
— Rod Breslau (@Slasher) July 2, 2020
I… I’m at a loss right now. Something I’ve been scared of happening for so long happened. I can’t stop crying. It’s so painful. Please no.
— Blue (@BlueGoesMew) July 2, 2020
Gary’s submit comes just six hours after his brother. Who suffered from depression, proposed to his ex-girlfriend Becca in what appears to be his final tweet before his death.
“I know I’ll always be a little too crazy… and this is proof. But at least you’ll never be bored, will you marry me, Becca?” Mr. Bernstein wrote, according to his Twitter. They hadn’t seen one another for six months. Becca has since responded by saying that she didn’t see his proposal until it was “too late”.
“But that doesn’t change the fact that I wasn’t able to be there for him”, she wrote in on twitter. She further said about Ms. Bernstein as an “amazing” man who taught her how to have fun and experience more.