Adriana on TwitchCon 2022: Adriana Chechik claims to have broken her back at TwitchCon 2022- During Saturday’s TwitchCon in San Diego, prominent Twitch broadcaster and adult entertainment Adriana Chechik said she fell into a foam pit and injured her back. “Well, I broke my back in two places and am getting surgery to put a meter rod in for support today. Send your support,” Chechik twitted on her Twitter account early this Sunday. “When it rains it pours and I am definitely feeling the rain right now.
Well, I broke my back in two places and am getting surgery to put a meter rod in for support today. Send your support. When it rains it pours and I am definitely feeling the rain right now.— adriana chechik (@adrianachechik) October 9, 2022
This foam sword battle was held between Chechik and a gaming broadcaster named, EdyBot. The incident was subsequently caught on the camera lens which later got spread to several social media platforms, one such prominent one being Reddit.
Adriana on TwitchCon 2022: Adriana Chechik claims to have broken her back at TwitchCon 2022
It was clearly visible in the clip that EdyBot was the first one who fell into the pit. She was followed by Chechik as she leaped into the air from a small podium and found herself doing activities such as splits and finally landed on her tailbone. This seemed awkward as she right away screams in agony, attempts to escape, and suddenly falls into the foam.
Probably the most painful thing I’ve seen in awhile. Twitch streamer Adriana Chechik has confirmed broken her back in two separate places following this jump at TwitchCon pic.twitter.com/QdojGn5UtG— Jake Lucky (@JakeSucky) October 9, 2022
Here is another angle of the incident.
God damn, I was there and caught it from a different angle, I knew she hurt herself but not that it was this serious… wishing you a speedy recovery 🙏 https://t.co/FUlV0KYdvq pic.twitter.com/HuFBQuBm4W— Swin |🔞 ➡️TWITCHCON (@Swin_Diesel_) October 9, 2022
Lenovo, a computer manufacturer, organized the foam pit as a component of their “Legion by Lenovo” stand at the conference. As the viral clip caught the eyes of several people across the globe, they came up with their own experience in the pit. As people reportedly claimed that they had been hurt in the exact same pit.
Be careful on this thing guys. I’m currently at the hospital seeing if I broke anything. https://t.co/SNHHl5XZEE— LochVaness | TWITCHCON (@loch_vaness) October 9, 2022
It’s been an overwhelming 48 hours but I am okay and back at home resting.— Zums 📍Home resting (@zummmers) October 9, 2022
I want to thank all of those who wished me well and helped me when I was down. I appreciate you all. 💕
Ya girl don’t go down without a bang. I broke my ankle all 3 possible ways 🤩
The pit’s depth was thought to have been less than two feet at one time. Its floor seemed to be covered by some sort of pad beneath the foam. It is believed that the standard pits should be at least 6 feet deep, along with a base pin lining foam so that it will help in absorbing the stress.
One of the volunteers when enquired about the incident stated that they were denied permission to give any sort of information to the media. In contrary to this he gave assurance by saying, “They have rules [for the foam pit] and they explained the rules.”
A 31-year-old convention volunteer named Edgar Jimenez claimed to have seen Chechik’s injuries. “She was just doing regular gameplay, but unfortunately, during her victory dance, she fell and landed, where she was for a good minute or so,” Jimenez stated.