Low Tier God
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Low Tier God (LTG), also known as Dale Wilson, or Dalauan Sparrow, is a gamer, streamer, and online personality whose presence is notorious in the Fighting Game Community (FGC). He is well known for his gameplay in Street Fighter and other games, especially fighting games. He is also known for his online rage-quits, roasts and his trademark "intro pose" (pictured above).
Low Tier God joined YouTube on January 20th, 2006. In his YouTube career, he has amassed over 60,000 subscribers and 8 million views on his channel. His live streams and videos primarily cover his online play in fighting games, reaction videos, and personal thoughts on certain topics. A TV Tropes page was devoted to LTG. On April 12th, 2018, LTG was featured on ELEAGUE's reality TV show The Challenger, competing with other competitive Street Fighter players such as RobTV and Gllty. 
The Momokun Roast
A unique trait of LTG is his tendancy to roast individuals in videos. He has released videos of him roasting various people, including so called "clout chasers" or frauds. These videos are often extremely humorous and very characteristic of LTG. Possibly the most popular video LTG ever produced is the Momokun roast. An outspoken advocate against female cosplayers who only rely on promiscuous photos, LTG warns men to not get lured into sending them money and attention.
In October 2017, LTG roasted cosplayer Momokun at the request of the gaming community. He delivered a 20-minute long roast of Momokun. In the video, LTG tried to demonstrate how Momokun used faked pictures to bait "thirsty" men into giving her donations and likes. He went into a detailed analysis of her photos, pointing out that she has an obese body, veins and cellulite, and that her pictures were photoshopped to look sexy.
The video went viral and received widespread attention. Since it contained remarks like "This is a basic walmart dmv face" and "Here we see she kind of resembles Tomba", complaints were made to YouTube regarding bullying. The video was taken down and a brief war-of-words on Twitter ensued. LTG has since uploaded a censored short version of the video (shown above) to YouTube.
Low Tier God is notorious in the FGC. On YouTube, there is a vast amount of compilation videos profiling his violent rage-quits and salty moments (examples shown below). Not only is Low Tier God known for his upfront "no sugar coating" mantra, but also for his toxicity. He has made ableist and trans-phobic remarks against his online opponents, leading to his social media accounts getting suspended. This has led to him being cited as an example of negativity in the FGC community.
Low Tier God has faced a dedicated trolling effort from detractors. Discord channels have been made for harassing him. This includes recording his stream clips, uploading "compilation" videos to ridicule him, getting his Twitch account suspended, researching his address, collecting his personal information and photos, and regularly attacking his internet with DDOS attacks. There are hundreds of "compilation" videos uploaded regularly by these trolls on YouTube. LTG is aware of such videos, to the point of DMCA reporting his detractors for using his stream clips.
Low Tier God has been involved in numerous feuds with members of the fighting game community, including FGC competitors, commentators, and less well-known gamers. Some of these feuds have escalated to real life meet-ups and grudge matches.
LTG is known for his grudge match with Jay 'Viscant' Snyder, an FGC competitor who won EVO 2011 in Marvel vs Capcom 3. Both players faced each other online and often traded insults on Twitter. On October 22nd, 2014, LTG and Viscant met at Super Arcade's Wednesday Night Fight for a "First-to-10" grudge match in Ultra Street Fighter IV. Viscant would beat Low Tier God by 10-6.
In 2018, Low Tier God revealed that he had been approached by Comedy Central asking for him and Viscant to appear on the television series Tosh.0 to reenact the money match. He said he was angry at Viscant for turning down the approach by Comedy Central even though they tried to make it happen twice. Low Tier God was upset that Viscant denied him the opportunity to again appear on television and gain exposure for himself. Years later, in a revisit of the grudge match, Low Tier God claimed he was smart and was only behaving like that back then because he was trying to "mastermind" a way to get fame and attention. He claimed that it was only him using his IQ to gain "free clout" and even receive donations.
After fighting with Viscant, LTG had an online feud over Ultra Street Fighter IV with FGC competitor Mike 'BrolyLegs' Begum. BrolyLegs is known to compete at high levels by maneuvering his controller with his face and mouth due to physical and medical conditions such as arthrogryposis and scoliosis. LTG insulted BrolyLegs post-match, ridiculing BrolyLeg's disabilities.
On April 14th, 2020, Low Tier God went on a rant after losing in Street Fighter V online, making transphobic remarks about his opponent (CeroBlast) in his live stream. This stream clip would be posted on Twitter the next day by CeroBlast (shown below). On April 18th, 2020, LTG was banned from all EVO events. He complained to the EVO runner on Twitter that CeroBlast had also made racist remarks, but was blocked by the EVO runner. CeroBlast was subsequently also banned by EVO for racism. This became the precursor to other members of the FGC getting banned in the following months, including even the EVO runner himself (albeit for unrelated incidents).
Sigh… I have high tolerance for a lot of shit. I know LTG talks a lot of shit and doesn't mean it sometimes but, dude you got kids watching your stream. This is what you're teaching them lol…— CeroBlast @ Living under a rock (@BlastCero) April 16, 2020
"WARNING, THIS VIDEO INCLUDES EXTREME TOXICITY, TRANSPHOBIC, AND BERATING pic.twitter.com/t1DdTIVXO8
Terminated By YouTube
LTG was banned on Twitch again in 2022 for in his own words, "a freak accident", so he went back to doing live streams full time on his YouTube (which had never been banned before). But on December 21st 2022, Low Tier God's YouTube account was officially terminated.
During his streams, LTG would often browse videos from WorldStarHipHop, Instagram and other websites to play them on the screen and talk about them to his chat members. He received a strike from YouTube for allegedly displaying strong violence or nudity during one of these moments. YouTube temporarily suspended him with a "strike", and he was unable to upload new videos or do live streaming for 7 days. It is unclear whether YouTube acted on Low Tier God's infringement due to reports by his dedicated trolls or whether it was detected automatically by the system.
This happened shortly before the Street Fighter 6 closed beta test 2. Low Tier God tried to circumvent this by doing live streams on his subsidiary channel as well as upload new videos there. He claimed he was only trying to promote traffic to the subsidiary channel (Low Tier God Clips). During the live streams there, trolls pointed out to him that he was evading the YouTube suspension, but LTG brushed aside those comments. Days later, YouTube officially terminated his account for evading the suspension. Both his subsidiary channel and his main YouTube channel (with over 165000 subscribers at the time) were terminated and Low Tier God was in effect banned by YouTube.
Low Tier God had previously mentioned on live stream how he gets a "sinking in the stomach" feeling of dread every time he sees a ban from a platform. Upon this YouTube termination, LTG tried to look for ways to get his account back. He even wrote to YouTube via their Twitter account, asking them to "please forgive him" and allow him another chance. His supporters also joined in to ask YouTube to restore his account, while his dedicated trolls replied in the tweets to make sure YouTube keeps his account banned. Realistically, YouTube has a long practice of never rescinding this kind of termination. It is now unclear if Low Tier God will look for alternative platforms in the long run or if he will simply return to regular jobs for income.
Attempts To Keep Streaming
About one week after LTG was banned by YouTube, he started live streaming on Trovo (platform similar to Twitch owned by a Chinese company). He complained about how bad YouTube is, downplaying the value and worth of using YouTube, while also claiming Twitch is better and insisted he would soon be unbanned by Twitch. He revealed that he considered using other alternate platforms such as Rumble and Odysee. LowTierGod also tried Facebook Gaming but gave up on it almost immediately. In the Trovo live streams, the audience count was greatly reduced and the interaction was limited. LTG also continued to be followed by his dedicated trolls there. Almost another week later, LowTierGod deleted his tweet to YouTube regarding his account termination, and began live streaming again on YouTube using a different channel there in an attempt to ban evade.
Fans Abandoning LTG
After Low Tier God was banned by YouTube, some of his supporters left him, went missing or even publicly denounced him. An "open letter" to LowTierGod was written by a fan publicly revealing his final Twitter message to LTG, expressing his reasons for leaving LTG. It revealed some previously unknown insights such as how LowTierGod spent "a lot of money" for fake paid articles about himself on bootleg "news websites" in order to get blue check verified on Instagram. It also revealed that LTG's supporters always knew he was born around the year 1984 as claimed by his trolls and always denied by LTG.
LTG Photo Edits
On April 26, 2020, LTG responded to a Twitter user criticizing him by posting a picture of himself, writing, "Google me more and drool. Dalauan Sparrow, LTG, LOW TIER GOD. Sexiest black man on the planet and waaay to much BBC for your frames." The image led to multiple exploitable parodies as well as the rise of fictional LTG artworks.
You Should Kill Yourself… Now! / Low Tier God Copypasta
You Should Kill Yourself… Now! refers to a viral photoshop of YouTuber and Street Fighter player Low Tier God channeling lightning paired with his quote which was directed at a purported stream sniper. The image macro gained viral popularity as a reaction and source material for memes and redraws on Twitter and iFunny in September 2021. In the following years, it also saw use as a copypasta known as the Low Tier God Copypasta.
 TV Tropes – Low Tier God
 ESPN – Mike "BrolyLegs" Begum
 Youtube – LTG vs. Viscant
 Shoryuken – LTG vs Viscant
 Youtube – This is how you DON'T play Street Fighter 3 Third Strike
 Youtube – Salt Lord of Gaming – LOWTIERGOD
 Youtube – From Immovable To Delusional – Low Tier God's Story
 Youtube – Low Tier God | FGC History
 Youtube – LowTierGod Insults Handicapped Player After Getting Bodied – LTG vs BrolyLegs
 Youtube – Low Tier God
 Twitter – SparrowsAlive
 Youtube – Ernesto caught trying to capitalize off…
 Youtube – Frauds Exposed in USF4 episode #2
 Twitter – SparrowsAlive
 Youtube – STOP FALLING FOR FEMALE COSPLAY…
 Twitter – Tom Foggat
 ESPN – Evo 2020 canceled after sexual misconduct allegations against co-founder
 Twitter – Zaiden Mitchell
 Twitter – LowTierGod
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 Youtube – WHY I DIDN'T ACCEPT THE DSP OFFER + UNTOLD VISCANT SECRET
 Youtube – Reacting and Concluding This MOMENT…
 Blogspot – Open letter (Twitter DM) to Low Tier God from a loyal supporter…
 Youtube – LowTierGod Stream: 12/29/2022
 Youtube – LowTierGod Stream: 12/29/2022
 Facebook – LOW TIER GOD
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