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Tyler “Ninja” Blevins holds the record of single streamer with 616,693 viewers and last but not least is “Fortnite” who staggered 2,331,987 viewers.According to Dexerto his “marathon stream” began in the middle of August when he attempted to broadcast for 24 hours.He began to eat during his streams and even began to sleep, but he kept his camera rolling.He is now attempting to become Twitch’s first 24/7 streamer.According to the information, GPHustla is planning to break the world record on January 1, 2021.He also explained this in an interview that he is doing this so that he would not be “alone.” He also added, “as soon as I go offline, I’m now alone again.” The record of GPHustla was previously held by Reecesy who went online for more than 200 hours and LosPollosTV with 161 hours.
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Activision Blizzard esports teams, particularly for Call of Duty and Overwatch, are reportedly low on morale, with several high-profile staff set to exit from the company soon.Dexerto reported, citing anonymous sources, that among the employees who are expected to leave is Kim Phan, who has been with the company for 13 years and currently the Global Product Director of Blizzard Esports.The sources gave a list of several names of staff who are set to resign, but Dexerto chose to keep them unnamed aside from Phan, as her tenure “has made her synonymous with Blizzard esports” for many people.Phan’s rumored plan will follow the move of Nate Nanzer, the founding commissioner of the Overwatch League, who recently left his post to take a role in overseeing competitive Fortnite at Epic Games.Replacing Nanzer will be Activision Blizzard Esports Leagues President and CEO Pete Vlastelica, who reportedly has everything to do with the recent departures.“People are really getting tired of working for Pete Vlastelica,” one source told Dexerto, resulting in low morale for the teams developing the esports divisions of Blizzard’s games.
A few weeks after a new Call of Duty mobile game soft-launched in a few territories, Activision is expanding its popular gaming franchise with yet another smartphone game.The new title is Call of Duty: Legends of War and was quietly announced with an official Facebook page (via Dexerto).So far, the game has been confirmed to only be available for download in Australia via the Google Play Store.The game that soft-launched a few weeks ago, Call of Duty: Global Operations, is a top-down strategy MMO title.However, the new Call of Duty: Legends of War title is a true first-person shooter, like the main console and PC games that have been released in this long-running series.Activision is developing this game with China-based Tencent.
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