The coveted Twitch King crown has been disputed for many years, which determines which streamer most viewers can gather simultaneously. The record was since 2018 owned by the popular Tyler “Ninja” Blevins but Spaniard David “TheGrefg” Martinez has now managed to reduce the numbers of Ninja to ashes.
Martinez reached close to 2.5 million viewers simultaneously while revealing his skin in Battle Royale Fortnite. For reference, the Ninja record that was in force for more than two years was 635 thousand.
Ninja is no longer the King of Twitch
Twitch works in a curious way, and the fact that more and more people are joining David “TheGrefg” Martinez’s broadcast led many onlookers to want to see what was going on.
Thus, the number of people watching your channel was increasing rapidly, until it reached the point where it was known that it would result in a new record.
The stream started with a few hundred thousand people, quickly reached a million viewers and in the blink of an eye Martinez had the privilege of having more than 2.4 million people watching what he was doing.
The number gains particular relevance if we consider that the Fortnite game held an event on the platform that had 2.3 million people watching at home. This value is divided by several channels since the space in-game to watch the event was limited.
Spaniards like TheGrefg are increasingly popular on the platform
In recent years we have seen the exponential growth of several European streamers, with our Spanish neighbors gaining a large part of the total followers.
At the top of the most popular categories on Twitch there are usually several content producers from neighboring Spain who are already starting to leave English-speaking behind.
According to the company StreamElements, 3 of the 10 most popular streamers of 2020 (in terms of hours viewed) speak Spanish – Auronplay, Ibai and Rubius.
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