We managed to catch one of Finland’s top H1Z1 streamers Anton “Kessuade” Lindgren in between his busy schedule and he has answered some important questions.
1. Why did you choose H1Z1:KoTK to stream as an eSport?
I was introduced to H1Z1 by a good friend of mine about a year ago and I instantly knew this was a game I enjoyed and feel like I could compete for long periods of time as well as entertaining people.
2. What goals have you set yourself as a top Finnish streamer casually and competitively?
I set myself goals in-game also which made me focused and dedicated to stream such as a Top500 eu player and in Royalty. I completely surpassed my expectations and now I am far into the Top100 in EU and Top5 in Finland. There is a tournament organiser RevengeEU that hosts 3 games per day, 5 days per week and the best players battle it out for the win. I have just applied to represent Finland in these games and hopefully I can come out with many wins. I can’t wait to push myself next season and continue my progress to the top in H1Z1:KotK!
Here is a highlight of Kessu winning in his highest scoring match!
3. What is it about streaming that you love? Why should people tune in every time?
I wanted to be a part of a small community where people can relax and have laughs, it certainly helped me watching other streamers with the stress of work and real life problems but now I get to give back to the community with entertaining people and it is the most rewarding experience I’ve had.
4. How do you rate H1Z1 overall?
It’s a game that requires constant improvement to be the best and when fighting vs over 150 people in 1 game it can get very intense! The player-base has dropped significantly since I started playing but that is due to the developers taking too long to update their game with various issues. However there is a game-changing update coming very soon which could bring people back + more. The rival game right now is PUBGBATTLEGROUNDS, the game has a different feel to it and if H1Z1 doesn’t fix the problems it has right now I could potentially move over with no problem.
5. Where can people watch you and what will they experience?
I’ve been playing H1Z1 and streaming for a long time now so I know how to have a good time whilst striving to win every game, there will be highs and lows but you will certainly not regret tuning in if you like to see 1 v 150 matches! I play fast for high scoring games and always interact with my viewers as they are my motivation.
Kessu is known for dying by the bombs in H1Z1