Jayne, the creator of Overwatch's content, was accused of dismal

Jayne, the creator of Overwatch's content, was accused of dismal ...

Many of Overwatch''''s dedicated streamers gained their popularity on YouTube and Twitch. Streamers like xQc saw huge praise for playing the Blizzard shooter, while the game''s popularity has decreased in recent years. Justin "Jayne" Conroy, a major fan, was a hit among fans for his educational content aiding the game.

Jayne''s early success with educational Overwatch streams paved his way towards achieving a third-place finish in the Overwatch World Cup in 2018 with the content creator then stepping away from streaming. Despite his reluctance to do so, many fans now wonder how Jayne has been recalled. A recent investigation from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police claims Jayne was recently reported missing.

A recent report from the Alberta RCMP shows a Justin Conroy in Airdrie, Alberta, who was quickly discovered by Overwatch fans who realized that the person pictured was Jayne. According to the report, the last time Jayne was seen was on Monday, June 20, leaving his house at 2 AM. A further report from the Airdrie RCMP has asked anyone who has seen him to contact the RCMP via the phone number or website.

Jayne''s apparent disappearance sparked an outcry among Reddit fans as well as in his responses to the RCMP''s Twitter report. Both the RCMP and Twitter users quickly moved to the Overwatch-related content, tagging professional Overwatch teams as well as organizations involved in the game. Despite Jayne''s previous disappearance, a Reddit post splintered the reddit.

While many believe Overwatch''s popularity has slowed since its highly anticipated 2016 release, the lead-up to Overwatch 2 appears to be incorrect. The game''s "Beta Bash" event in April became the most-viewed Overwatch stream in Twitch history, and streaming apps like xQc set personal records. The outpouring of support from the Overwatch community will help the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in finding Jayne swift and healthy.

As more information becomes available, this article will be updated.