Popular Overwatch content creator Jayne is reported missing by Canadian police and was last seen leaving his home in Airdrie, Alberta on Monday.
The massive success of Supervision saw the rise of many of the game’s dedicated streamers who became some of the biggest talents on platforms like YouTube and Twitch. Streamers like xQc saw a lot of notoriety for playing Blizzard’s shooter, and while the game’s popularity has waned in recent years, it maintains a passionate fanbase. Among the many creators who gained popularity from the game, Justin “Jayne” Conroy was a hit with fans for his educational content that helps players get better at the game.
Jayne’s early success with education Supervision streams eventually helped cement his status as one of its leading minds. Jayne would coach Team Canada to a third place finish in the Supervision World Cup in 2018 and the content creator later served as an assistant coach for the Overwatch League’s Dallas Fuel. While Jayne has since walked away from streaming, the creator is fondly remembered by many fans from his days with the game. Now, fans are concerned as a recent report from the Royal Canadian Mounted Police reveals that Jayne was recently reported missing.
A missing persons report released by the Alberta RCMP shows Justin Conroy in Airdrie, Alberta, listed as missing with Supervision fans quickly realized that the person in the photo was, in fact, Jayne. The report indicates that the last time Jayne was seen was on Monday, June 20, leaving his house at 2 AM. Another Airdrie RCMP report details his clothing, wearing a light-colored hoodie and sweatpants along with white shoes with blue stripes. The post urges anyone who has seen it to contact the RCMP via the phone number or website provided.
Jayne’s apparent disappearance left a shock to fans who expressed their well wishes, both on Reddit and in responses to RCMP’s Twitter post. Fans on Twitter quickly moved to spread the report across Supervision-related channels, professional tagging Supervision teams, as well as organizations associated with the game. Although Jayne has not been actively involved in the Supervision community for several years, a Reddit post about her disappearance made its way to the top of the Supervision subreddit.
While many feel SupervisionThe popularity of has waned since its highly anticipated release in 2016, the run-up to surveillance 2 seems to prove the opposite. surveillance 2April’s “Beta Bash” event became the most viewed Supervision streams on Twitch history and streamers like xQc set personal records by streaming the PvP beta version of the game. It is to be hoped that the large amount of support from the Supervision community will help the Royal Canadian Mounted Police find Jayne quickly and safely.
We will update this article as more information becomes available.
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