5 Craziest Twitch Records

5 Craziest Twitch Records

September 15, 2019 16 By Kailee Schamberger


Please Note: Some of these records are unconfirmed
and are to this date this video was made. At 86 years old, Helga Sofie Josefa or “marmeladenoma”
may be the oldest Twitch streamer on the entire platform. The name translates as “The Jam
Granny” and she reads fairy tales to her viewers as well as stories of her childhood
in the IRL section of Twitch. The idea was thanks to her grandson, Janik, who takes care
of the technical side of things, while she reads the stories, reminding viewers of the
days when their grandparents read bedtime stories to them. Marmeladenoma rose to fame
when popular German YouTube creator, Gronkh shouted her out and donated 250 euros during
one of her livestreams. As of now, the German grandmother has amassed around 45,000 Twitch
followers and nearly 200,000 YouTube subscribers and she has even won the 2017 Germany Web
Video Award in the Livestream category. It seems like fairy tales do come true. Twitch streamer, JurassicJunkieLive, got the
scare of his life while livestreaming the first-person survival horror game, Outlast
2. That happened when his two-year-old daughter walked in the room at a frightening moment
to deliver a drink to him, however, he was completely oblivious due to wearing headphones.
The timing was perfect and in his own words, JurassicJunkieLive wrote in a post, “Due
to my headphones I never heard her enter the room. At this point a crow jumped up in the
game and made me scream, I then looked down to see a devil child looking back at me and
screamed blue murder.” To this date, the clip has over 2.5 million views and he went
from 100 followers to a couple of thousand in just 24 hours after the clip blew-up on
Reddit. I can imagine his daughter got the blame that night for when he pooped himself
following the scare. A Twitch streamer, who goes by the name of
“ThisFudginGuy” may have the unofficial World record of having the longest Twitch
stream at an impressive 160 hours, which is nearly one whole week straight. This surpasses
the previous unofficial record of 136 hours that was set by World of Warcraft streamer,
Ryan Lenk or “rlenk” on Twitch. The reason why ThisFudginGuy was able to stream so long
without the need to sleep is because he suffers from insomnia, a condition in which a person
has difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep. 7-days straight of streaming… I still can’t
get my head around that. Many viewers like to support their favourite
streamers by donating money; 5, 10, 20 dollars maybe but how about $100,000? Team 10-member,
Chance Sutton, or “FrostyT10G” as he’s known by in the Twitch community got the surprise
of his life when he received a $100,000 donation while streaming the highly popular game, Fortnite:
Battle Royale. He doesn’t notice the donation at first, however, when he does he immediately
starts freaking out. So, who was this mystery donator, you may have wondered? Well, it turned
out to be none other than Team 10 leader, Jake Paul, as he revealed in a video titled,
“I DONATED $200K TO MY FAV TWITCH STREAMER”. It’s uncertain whether the donation was
genuine or not but that’s up to you to decide. Do you think it was real? If you ask me, the
whole thing was probably a publicity stunt for the launch of Team 10 Gaming. But, that’s
just my opinion. Maybe Jake Paul would have been better off renaming his video to “I
DONATED $200K TO MYSELF (insane reaction)” … not to forget the “insane reaction”
in brackets. Now Fortnite streamer and ex-professional
Halo player, Tyler Blevins, best known by the alias, “Ninja” is constantly breaking
records on Twitch. Not only has he become the most followed streamer with over 4 million
followers but he set a new milestone in terms of peak concurrent viewers for an individual
broadcaster when he played some Fortnite: Battle Royale with none other than rapper,
Drake. Rapper, Travis Scott and NFL player, JuJu Smith-Schuster later joined in on the
action and the livestream peaked at a staggering 628,000 viewers, smashing the previous record
of 388,000 when the self-proclaimed “Face of Twitch”, Dr. DisRespect, made his return
to the Twitch scene. Ninja’s records don’t end there as he is set to be the first solo
Twitch streamer to earn a whopping $1 million a month from Twitch subs alone.