- Twitch streamer Will Neff joins OTK, known for his funny skits and hosting gigs. He has a large following on Twitch and YouTube.
- OTK continues to thrive despite past controversies.
- OTK has announced exciting projects for 2024, including a film festival hosted by Neff and a game show hosted by Extra Emily.
Popular Twitch streamer Will Neff has joined gaming and entertainment company One True King (OTK). Known for his funny skits and occasional hosting gigs, Neff has amassed over 470,000 followers on Twitch and over 125,000 subscribers on YouTube. He also made regular appearances in OTK videos before officially signing with them.
OTK is home to a variety of content creators and streamers, such as Asmongold, Emiru, and Extra Emily. The company has continued to survive despite its many controversies over the past few years, from problematic comments to Mizkif being accused of covering up a sexual assault incident.
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Despite the challenges, OTK announced many projects for 2024 during its Shareholders Meeting. One of the big news was former G4 host Will Neff joining the company as its newest content creator. OTK’s announcement video was a 14-minute thriller, where Neff visits fellow streamer Cyr and hunts him down. It ends with the OTK crew applauding the two streamers, and ultimately welcoming Neff into the team.
Will Neff and OTK Have Big Plans
Many streamers and fans congratulated Neff for signing with OTK, and expressed that this was a great move for the company. After the announcement was made, OTK revealed that Neff would be hosting the OTK Film Festival this March, which will be a $10,000 green screen film festival that’s open to all aspiring filmmakers. Similarly, OTK’s Extra Emily was given the chance to host a game show after signing with the company last year. Plus, in a statement to Forbes, Neff said he plans to revive his Twitch show Hey, Donna with OTK, and that he’s excited to play more funny characters in videos.
Apart from Neff’s signing, OTK’s 2024 road map revealed projects and events that fans can look forward to, like OTK’s Top Streamer in April, where it will discover a future superstar in streaming; the return of the OTK Games Expo in June; and new World of Warcraft esports events. Of course, fans will still get regular content from creators’ Twitch streams and YouTube videos.
OTK’s plans are indeed exciting for creators and fans alike, but its past controversies might catch up to it in the future. Last year, Twitch streamer Adrianah Lee sued some OTK creators for millions in damages over defamation claims, following allegations that Mizkif downplayed and covered up her sexual assault. While Mizkif isn’t listed as part of OTK’s creator network, he’s still involved in the company’s projects.