On Wednesday a popular Twitch streamer Hristivoje Pavlovic posted a not-so-cryptic message on his twitter, announcing an end of his streaming career.
What a great way to end my streaming career. I hope I brought you all some joy over the last five years. Thank you so much. ❤️— Pav (@ALLinPav) November 26, 2020
On to bigger things!
It really seems that this announcement came out of nowhere, so people are having a hard time believing it’s true. There were also no replies or explanation whatsoever from his part.
ALLinPav as he goes on Twitch is (was?) one of the most popular poker streamers and content creator. This year he had streamed for almost 2,200 hours, which is by far the most out of any big players from Twitch Poker category with an average of almost 1,000 viewers.
An Australian born Pavlovic started his Twitch career in 2015. In 2019 his grind paid off as he was picked up by partypoker for their, at the time, newly established partypoker Team Online.
He was always very transparent about his poker results, posting his yearly sharkscope graphs. His best poker year was in 2018 when he netted $146,332. In September this year, UpswingPoker announced Pav joining their coaching team.
We’ll see in coming days, if this really is a farewell. But we have a feeling that this isn’t the last time we’re seeing him on Twitch.
Watch his last stream here.