Backed by followers and strangers from around the globe, Apex streamer iiTzTimmy lastly achieved his purpose of going for Bronze to Apex Predator in a single stream Monday night, after doing a marathon stream 54-hour and 30-minute stream. Throughout the steady two-day occasion, a sleepless Timmy grinded out a whole bunch of video games as he climbed towards his purpose. When he lastly achieved that purpose, he did it in entrance of an viewers of over 140,000 folks.
In line with stats posted by Timmy himself, throughout his run he reportedly gained round 14,000 subscribers and added over 100,000 new followers, rocketing him to just about a million followers on Twitch. His stream on the ultimate day averaged 106,000 viewers and reached over 2,000,000 distinctive viewers over the three days.
Whereas the run was technically a solo Bronze-to-Predator run, he did get a little bit assist on the finish. Close to the tip of his stream, many different streamers began queuing concurrently him, making an attempt to primarily “stream snipe” him, within the hopes of becoming a member of his workforce and serving to him attain his purpose. The accomplishment nonetheless stands by itself as extremely spectacular.
Timmy has tried related stunts previously. In season 9, he tried to achieve predator solo in a single stream however ended up solely reaching Masters earlier than giving up on the dream. That stream nonetheless clocked in at a hefty 33 hours. Whereas Bronze-to-Predator runs are comparatively widespread, even ones that happen throughout a single stream, it’s uncommon to see a streamer try to perform this purpose alone, in a single sitting.
https://www.invenglobal.com/articles/14855/apex-streamer-iitztimmy-completes-solo-bronze-to-predator-run-in-54-hour-stream | Apex streamer iiTzTimmy completes solo Bronze-to-Predator run in 54+ hour stream