INTERRUPT VIDEO: Geoff Keighley hailed after gamer man interrupted his Starfield presentation at Gamescom as he shouted: "Bill Clinton wants to play GTA 6" KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Tuesday, August 22, 2023

INTERRUPT VIDEO: Geoff Keighley hailed after gamer man interrupted his Starfield presentation at Gamescom as he shouted: "Bill Clinton wants to play GTA 6"

Geoff Keighley hailed after gamer man interrupted Starfield presentation at Gamescom as he shouted: "Bill Clinton wants to play GTA 6"

Oddly enough, this isn't the first time somebody referenced him in Gamescom. Something similar happened in 2022 when a fan randomly thanked him as their "Orthodox Rabbi" alongside the FromSoftware crew for an Elden Ring speech. Only time will tell if another person is going to talk about Bill Clinton at Gamescom 2024.

The fan asks where Grand Theft Auto 6 is, but to nobody's surprise, the gameshow hosts don't know the answer. This particular incident happened over a year ago. It should be noted that the previous two stunts performed by this same individual happened within a few days of each other.

The "for the 3rd time" part of the above tweet is relevant since this is not the first instance of this passionate fan interrupting an event to proclaim something about GTA 6. This time, he talked about Bill Clinton wanting to play the game.

The other two instances of him performing a similar stunt happened on German TV shows, as shown in the next section of this article. Note that the dialog is in German.

The incident occurred in the opening minutes of the multi-hour “celebration” of gaming, between Starfield composer Inon Zur performing one of the main themes from the open-world sci-fi RPG and director Todd Howard coming on stage to walk viewers through the gameplay. Keighley was gloating about getting to play the game early right before an audience member walked up the platform and tried to get a few seconds on the host’s hot mic.

The unscripted interruption recalled a moment during last year’s Game Awards ceremony when a kid snuck up on stage behind the Elden Ring development team and proceeded to talk nonsense about Bill Clinton and Orthodox Judaism. He was eventually detained and questioned by police before later being released and revealed to be Matan Even, an online troll who had gone viral for several in-person stunts in the past.

“This is such a special night for so many developers and it’s really dissapointing to see someone act that way but we’re gonna move right on with the show,” Keighley said today. “Really it’s just so sad to see something like this happen on a night we’re here to celebrate games hand how much they mean to us.”

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