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Are the rumors true? That's why MontanaBlack no longer uses the basement for gaming

Buxtehude – Twitch star Montana Black (36) He currently barely spends time in his elaborately designed live broadcast vault. But what is actually behind it?

Montana Black, whose real name is Marcel Ayres, is still streaming from his house, but not from the basement.

Montana Black, whose real name is Marcel Ayres, is still streaming from his house, but not from the basement. © Philipp Schulz / German Press Agency

About three years ago, the YouTuber turned his house in the Buxtehude area into a real paradise for gamers.

The basement was filled with many LED lights, equipped with a huge aquarium and equipped with high-quality cameras. “You either like it or you don't. Of course there are a lot of LEDs, but that's just my taste,” the streamer said during his first inspection in a YouTube video. But it seems that something has changed now.

The Buxtehoe native now prefers to broadcast from a much simpler location he has set up at home.

YouTube millionaire MontanaBlack is happy about winning the lottery!
Montana Black
YouTube millionaire MontanaBlack is happy about winning the lottery!

“My job is to entertain you. I always try to do it well,” Montana Black explained to his fans in an Instagram Story on Monday. “But there are a lot of stupid comments.”

Among other things, he is constantly asked why it no longer flows from the basement…

“The game room is still there,” he explained, taking his 3.7 million Instagram followers on another tour of the room. “Everything is still the same here. This is my setup, this is my computer. And the fish are doing well, too.” Someone comes in three times a week to take care of the aquarium.

And why does the 36-year-old no longer live there? “I don't feel like broadcasting here right now,” is the simple explanation. He also denied rumors that his former sponsor, who set him up in the basement, prevented him from filming there. He also has no plans to dismantle the room in the near future.

“So the money doesn't get set on fire. Maybe I'll feel like doing something here again at some point.”

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