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The Twitch streamer’s fan-driven Uber simulator has viewers obsessed

A small twitch streaming group has developed an Uber simulator controlled entirely by stream chat, and it’s hilarious to watch viewers control the radio and throw passengers out of cars.

The world of live streaming continues to evolve as streamers innovate with unusual ideas that are undoubtedly refreshing to watch – especially when they’re interactive.

One of the most impressive streams we’ve seen lately came from Twitch streamer Jerma985, who brought The Sims to life with their three-day IRL Dollhouse stream, as the chat could dictate everything that happened.

Now a streaming group has developed an Uber simulator that is entirely controlled by viewers – and they can even “kick” the passengers out of the car and control the radio.

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Viewers love the unknown element of live streaming.

Twitch streamer the EverythingNowShow have raised the bar for innovative content on Amazon’s own streaming platform. In her live streams, the audience has full control over her “Uber Simulator”, which makes for some hilarious moments.

If “questionable passengers” are in and out of the show throughout the stream, the chat can suddenly “throw” them out of the car, and the show goes on as if nothing happened.

It’s arguably the most impressive part of the stream. With viewers able to change the outcome of the stream at any time, the wacky comedy show is mostly impromptu and downright hilarious to watch.

Viewers, of course, absolutely loved the show and were blown away by her creativity: “It’s actually quite creative.” said one. “It looks like fire. I would like to see that”, added another.

It’s hands down one of the most creative streams we’ve seen on Twitch and we can only hope to see more interactive shows like this one.

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Emma Bowman

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