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Video games: Twitch star breaks record by staying online for 31 days in a row

2021-04-14T21:22:54.134Z

The twitcheur had launched a "subathon", a marathon to collect a maximum number of subscribers. He spent over a month online in front of thousands of subscribers. A Twitch star filmed himself live and almost continuously for 31 days, a record on the video game broadcasting platform, according to the specialized press. Since I started streaming • Prince Phillip died • The Suez Canal got blocked and unblocked • David Dobrik made TWO apology videos • Jesus of Nazareth died and then rose fr



He spent over a month online in front of thousands of subscribers.

A Twitch star filmed himself live and almost continuously for 31 days, a record on the video game broadcasting platform, according to the specialized press.

Since I started streaming


• Prince Phillip died


• The Suez Canal got blocked and unblocked


• David Dobrik made TWO apology videos


• Jesus of Nazareth died and then rose from the dead



It all ends April 13 9 PM PT

- ludwig (@LudwigAhgren) April 11, 2021

"Since I started broadcasting - Prince Philip is dead - the Suez Canal has been blocked and then unblocked - David Dobrik made two apology videos - Jesus is dead and resurrected", tweeted Ludwig Ahgren on April 11 .

This player, already very popular before his feat, launched on March 14 a "subathon", or "subscription marathon", which consists of staying online according to the number of new subscriptions subscribed ("subscription" or "subs" ).

"Records are made to be broken"

Initially, he planned to add 20 seconds of streaming time for each new subscription to his channel.

It costs $ 5 per month and gives access to privileges.

Faced with massive interest, he had to redefine his rules, according to news site The Verge: 10 extra seconds instead of 20, a maximum of 100 subscriptions per person, and a maximum of 31 days in all.

Records are meant to be broken, I would be lying if I said wasn't a little sad but congrats @LudwigAhgren on holding the new sub record on twitch 🤩

- Ninja (@Ninja) April 13, 2021

The streaming ended Tuesday, after 31 days of live, and Ludwig Ahgren broke the subscription record, previously held by the platform's star Ninja.

“Records are made to be broken.

I'd be lying if I said I'm not a little sad, but kudos to @LudwigAhgren for holding the new sub record on Twitch, ”Tyler Blevins aka Ninja tweeted Tuesday, one of the most famous and famous players. most followed in the world.

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On April 10, the streamer announced that his subathon would end on April 13 at 9 p.m. on the West Coast of the United States and that he would donate $ 5 for every subscription taken that day to two charities, Humane Society and St. Jude's.

He is now ranked third in popularity on the Amazon platform (according to the Twitch Tracker site), with 2.65 million users following his channel.

Source: leparis

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