Watch one of the biggest Twitch Streamers that live in Texas central time zone. Captain Zeus is best known as the Top Xbox One Streamers. It's time to enjoy a channel that's more live on Twitch, and still brings it to YouTube for your enjoying entertainment.
Playing popular games like: Red Dead Redemption 2, Halo 5, Sea of Thieves and many more from the Xbox One Library of games. You are also invited to join the community both on Xbox in the club called, "Olympian Order." This is where Zeus and his friends get together and prepare for the next gaming adventure. There are live parties happening whenever you see him stream. That's because this channel is all about community.
Want to watch one of the best Xbox Streamers live? Then you really have to stop on over and watch Captain Zeus on his twitch channel. When you're there, follow the channel, stay up to date on all of the next and upcoming streams. Also, you should pay a visit to the YouTube Channel as well. This is where the previous streams goes to live on as well as some extra fun and exciting clips.
I am your host, Captain Zeus. A little bit about myself. I've been an Xbox gamer for the past 5 years. When I gotten my first Xbox 360, and then quickly transitioned into Xbox One. For all of the bells and whistles. I have always been a Microsoft fanboy. It just made sense when determining what console I should get, that I should stay in the eco system of Microsoft. It's a choice I'm glad to have made. The community and the eco-system for me is by far amazing in every way. I'm glad I'm part of it. Xbox continues to challenge me to enjoy the system, enjoy the communities and ultimately enjoy the games.
The name Captain Zeus comes in two-separate but distinct stories. Firstly, Zeus as one may know is the king of the gods in Greek Mythology. And whatever you might feel about that Mythos it's all a neat story and fascination. However, the name Zeus didn't originate as a guy who liked Greek lore. In fact, I didn't even know the name was Greek related when I first heard it at the age of 8 back in the late 80's.
I'm sitting in my living room, watching my weekly wrestling program. Who in my opinion carried the best characters in WWE (WWF at the time) history. Hulk Hogan, Macho Man Randy Savage, Junk Yard Dog, Ultimate Warrior, Hacksaw Jim, Andre the Giant and so many more. If you're of this era, you know who I'm talking about. The introduction of The Undertaker, and I've been a fan for a while back then and this instance of the show I was watching was really intriguing.
One of my favorite parts of the show is when you had issues where two of the wrestlers were really duking it out so much folks from the locker room would rush in defense of one or the other. This was one of those cases. When a giant of a black man named, Zeus shows up. He was uncanny and as tough as they come.
We have Hulk Hogan, Randy Savage who were off/on friends in the show of course. Ultimate Warrior, and other mighty men who on their own are formidable. And often times at each others throats. Yet, when they themselves and a few other fighters I can't recall, are trying to stop this show-stopper of man named Zeus, they are quickly coming up short. When guys are hitting a man in the back with a chair and it's as if you'd had a better time striking a brick wall, and the man walks, and all you can think who has what it takes to stop this man. It's an image etched in my brain even to this day.
So fast-forward almost 10-years, and Arcades are still a thing in the 90's but were dying down. So, if you know how it is. Certain games, you can write your name/gamer tag if your score was high enough. I was trying to come up with something memorable and something that I could identify with or I would be known for if I were to be known. (Just so you know, no one knew me) it's also one of those points of pride.
Anyhow, often times you're given 4 characters for a lot of these cabinet games. I'm thinking of 3 letter names that's easy to say, and 4 letter names also. It's not as easy as you might think, because people come up with the same ones a lot. Ace, Fox, Star, Fort, Nyt, Ryt, F8 (Fate), and all of these others.
So, I'm thinking, Lion, Leo, Nja (ninja), Mage, King, Spar,kwik (Funny looking back), all of these others. I then looked to my brother and I said, I know who I want to use. That wrestler we saw beating up on Hulk Hogan and the gang when we were little. He quickly perks up, yeah that's a good one. He goes, what's his name again?
I said, it's Zeus. I'm saying Zeus, but not really sure how to spell it. So, on free time I would write out variants to the name. Zoos, XUus, Zus, Xux, all sorts of names. At the time there was a limited internet, (mid-90's) but I took a chance. I thought, what if I could look up the name. So, I'm trying to find this wrestler on a fractured internet.
I also considered other names, like Loki, Vext, MAKK, Mako, things like that. Fortunately, I had a friend who was into wrestling more than I was. So much so, I should have asked him first. He was essentially my Google for that moment. I knew this was a time before we met. So, I explained the time era, and a big black dude that all these wrestlers couldn't drop. He goes, the big black guy? I said, but not Junk Yard Dog. It's another one, he goes by the name Zeus. Again, I'm phonetically saying. He goes yeah, I know who you're talking about. I said, cool, how do you spell his name.
He goes, Z-E-U-S. So, this is a great name for the arcades. When you're dealing with 4-letter names and stuff. Fast-forward another 10 years to online gaming. Or the infancy of it all, and Zeus is either taken or not usable.
Then if you guys recall the movie, Star Trek: Generations. Back in the 90's. Kirk said something to Picard that stuck with me, to paraphrase the statement, Always stay a captain, because as long as you're a captain you can change the world.
So, I tacked that on and ever since this name stuck with me.
So, what kind of gamer am I? Largely games from the Xbox Game pass helps define the games I play. There are a few premium games I will pay for. Perhaps not on the day of, but eventually, if I feel it's worth getting. However, I go for community games.
I prefer to have a community where the gamers are all about the community and gaming. If we're in a party of 16 playing various games, which is fine, as things might not be so frantic, we'll just hang out, and game and shoot the breeze. Other times, we're all on a singular focus and mission for the same thing. Whatever that adventure is. You're welcome to participate in a few ways. The best of which is often just watching the game. Enjoying what's being put out.