Kick Streamer ‘GiftedPrime’ Shatters Guinness World Record following 164-Hour non stop stream- In the realm of online streaming, where creators continually push the boundaries, a remarkable milestone has been achieved. ‘GiftedPrime,’ a Kick streamer, has officially broken the Guinness World Record for the longest uninterrupted stream without sleep, clocking in at an astonishing 164 hours.
This remarkable feat surpasses the previous record set by ‘ThisFudginGuy’ two years ago, who managed 162 hours of continuous streaming without sleep. On September 1, GiftedPrime obliterated this record, maintaining a live stream for nearly seven days without any sleep.
Kick Streamer ‘GiftedPrime’ Shatters Guinness World Record following 164-Hour non stop stream
In an unexpected twist, the former record holder, ‘ThisFudginGuy,’ joined GiftedPrime’s stream to offer congratulations and shed light on why their own record had not been validated by Guinness. According to their statement, Guinness required them to cover the expenses for a reviewer to scrutinize the 162 hours of footage, which they were unwilling to do out of their own pocket.
GiftedPrime’s journey to this record was far from easy, as he disclosed that he had been attempting to break it for the past two years. After numerous unsuccessful attempts, he decided to give it one more shot. This led to this extraordinary achievement.
JUST BROKE @ThisFudginGuy twitch no sleep record! 161 hours 37 minutes live streaming continuously without sleeping! All done on the best streaming platform @KickStreaming @KickCommunity @PaulieKick @Svntvmvriv Yes that’s just shy of 7 days without sleep! Can we hit 200 hours? pic.twitter.com/9CfdYVogOY
— PrimeTime (@GiftedPrime) September 8, 2023
Breaking the news on Twitter, GiftedPrime triumphantly announced, “Just broke @ThisFudginGuy Twitch no sleep record! 161 hours 37 minutes live streaming continuously without sleeping! All done on the best streaming platform.” He added humorously, “Yes, that’s just shy of 7 days without sleep! Can we hit 200 hours?”
It appears that a friendly rivalry might be brewing between the two streamers, as the previous record holder hinted at a return to Twitch to regain their title. They cheekily declared, “Now I’ve got to get back into streaming to beat your record,” accompanied by a playful sticking-tongue-out emoji.
It remains to be seen whether ‘ThisFudginGuy’ will make a comeback to challenge this record, adding a friendly touch of competition to the mix.