Mizkif says he can't get a mortage because of his $10,000 Warcraft costume

Matthew “Mizkif” Rinaudo was elated when he won an online auction in August for a suit of armor with a sword and shield from Warcraft, . the 2016 film based on the legendary game series from Blizzard Entertainment. Mizkif now claims that the auction may have cost him a mortgage. “They’re [mortgage companies] looking at all my stuff and they’re saying why are you spending ten thousand dollars on armor when you’re about to buy a house,” Mizkif shared on his stream. It’s unlikely that this is the sole factor behind Mizkif’s financing woes. The streamer says he’s worth around $700,000 but didn’t pay his taxes in 2019 out of ignorance. As a result, he said he had to pay almost $200,000 in taxes in 2020. The volatile career of streaming combined with late taxes and spending thousands on a seemingly frivolous purchase doesn’t inspire much confidence in mortgage companies. Although buying the Alliance soldier armor has been a disaster for Mizkif’s mortgage search, he maintained that he doesn’t regret the decision at all