Australian gamer Madeline Watson beats men in Call of Duty

A young Australian gamer who has over half a million followers on TikTok has revealed how men react when they realize they’ve been beaten by a woman on Call Of Duty.

Madeline Watson, from Adelaide, known as ‘JustMaddyx’ online, has been a full-time Twitch streamer since 2020 and in her first year earned nearly $70,000.

The 24-year-old said most people don’t expect women to be players in the male-dominated industry, but she doesn’t take vile comments from men personally.

“I have thick skin and find it funny most of the time, but sometimes I bite myself,” she told FEMAIL.

The young streamer said that she is both nerdy and girly because she likes to wear nice clothes, go to the hairdresser, get her nails done, and play games.

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Young Australian gamer Madeline Watson (pictured) has over 559,000 followers on TikTok and has shared how men react when they realize she's a gamer.

Young Australian gamer Madeline Watson (pictured) has over 559,000 followers on TikTok and has shared how men react when they realize she’s a gamer.

In an industry predominantly dominated by men, Maddy, 24, told FEMAIL that others don't expect women to be gamers, but she doesn't take any negative comments from men personally.

In an industry predominantly dominated by men, Maddy, 24, told FEMAIL that others don’t expect women to be gamers, but she doesn’t take any negative comments from men personally.

Maddy exposed some of the comments she received from gamers of the opposite sex while sharing videos with her 559,000 TikTok followers.

‘The typical comment is ‘go back to the kitchen’ because people think this [gaming] It’s a guy thing,” Maddy said.

After hearing the ‘kitchen joke’ one too many times, Maddy snapped at a male player.

‘If people are going to make the kitchen joke, shouldn’t you be mowing the lawn? It’s too big, just like your p**es,’ she said in a viral video.

Maddy said she “doesn’t really care” what others say to her and it doesn’t affect her.

“A lot of people are understanding, but some can be rude and would probably never say anything in person.

“Their reactions are always good and make for fun content.”

Another male gamer recently lost his temper when he realized he was losing a game of Call Of Duty to a woman.

‘You’re not fucking good, Maddy. You’re just a girl and I hope you’re screwing…’ the irate male player said, before Maddy intervened.

‘Wow, that’s pretty toxic bro. You sound a bit crazy.

“Make me a sandwich, bitch,” the man raged.

Maddy replied, ‘Your wish brother, your damn wish.’

'The typical comment is "go back to the kitchen" why do people think this [gaming] it's a man thing

‘The typical comment is ‘go back to the kitchen’ because people think this [gaming] it’s a guy thing,” Maddy said, adding that she “doesn’t really care” what others say to her and it doesn’t affect her mentally.

Maddy grew up playing with her siblings, including Pokemon, Animal Crossing, Game Boy, and Mario Kart, and she’s also a competitive person.

During her childhood, Maddy used to play with action figures, not Barbie dolls, and describes herself as a “tomboy”.

For the young Twitch streamer, video games help her escape from reality and help her mentally cope.

These days, Maddy primarily plays multiplayer PC games (her favorite is Call of Duty), but she also dabbles in Apex, The Sims, and Tarkov.

He prefers to play PC games due to the high quality of the video content.

“For as long as I can remember, I’ve always enjoyed games and started playing Game Boy,” Maddy said. Being a full-time online streamer isn’t just fun and games – it takes hours if you work sitting at your desk

Being a full-time online streamer isn’t just fun and games – it takes hours if you work sitting at your desk.

Maddy streams for a minimum of four hours and can go on for up to 12 hours at a time. On one occasion she was awake until 6 in the morning.

“The hardest part of this race is not having a consistent sleep schedule, which can take a mental toll and be exhausting at times,” he said.

A home gaming setup can quickly add up to hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars worth of equipment.

“The hardest part of this race is not having a consistent sleep schedule, which can take a mental toll and be exhausting at times,” he said.

Most of his friends know about his success online and he has been able to meet new gaming friends from all over the world.

Most of his friends know about his success online and he has been able to meet new gaming friends from all over the world.

Before playing full time, Maddy used to work at Telstra and signed up for a beauty course which was ‘ruined’ by Covid.

“I had to practice with other people, but I couldn’t because of Covid, so I decided not to continue,” he said.

Today, Maddy lives away from home and is able to fully support herself with gambling income.

Most of his peers know about his success and he has been able to meet new gamer friends from all over the world.

What does Maddy do as a video game streamer?

Maddy starts her day with morning coffee and feeds her two pets.

Then he does his content work by replying to messages, emails and planning the content he is going to do that day.

You will then do your makeup and shoot or edit the videos as needed for TikTok and YouTube.

Then the videos are uploaded

His Twitch stream videos often start in the afternoon or evening for a minimum of four hours.

When asked how others can participate in gaming and streaming on Twitch, Maddy recommends just “testing” and making sure you have a decent setup.

‘There’s no reason why you can’t do it. if you don’t try, you’ll never know,” he said.

But he warned to be prepared to spend money at a decent pace and don’t quit your job until you are earning decent money.

Watch Maddy beat others when she plays by visiting her YouTube channel here.

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