The Spanish streamer Grefg broke the record for simultaneous viewers in a Twitch live stream operated by Ninja with 660,000 viewers!
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Three years after its explosive release, the Battle Royale Fortnite continues to break records with its global events. Last night at 10 p.m., the entire community for the game and the curious on the streaming platforms gathered to witness the last battle of the season against the devourer of the worlds from the Marvel universe. Galactus
Those are 15 million players gathered in Battle Royale Get on a battle bus and get involved in a science fiction fight against Galactus with the help of Iron Man (who does all the work, by the way). For reference, during Travis Scott’s concert, there were 12.3 million players who connected to see the map that was to be modeled over his songs.
Twitch breaks another record
In addition to this record, that of The Twitch audience for a single streamer was also hit last night : the Spanish streamer Grefg collected more than 660,000 viewers with live sound (or 640,000 according to statistics from various locations) to follow the event on Fortnite. An even more impressive achievement when you consider that it’s not an English-speaking streamer, unlike Ninja, who simultaneously held the record of 630,000 viewers from his life with Drake in 2018.
Since that mixer brought Mixer to Mixer before it closed, Ninja has lost a lot of viewers to other streamers. The latter gathered a little less than 30,000 spectators yesterday to watch the event.
Anyway, season 5 of Fourteen days started and Rumors target the Star Wars series The Mandalorian as the next crossover to land on the Battle Royale.