Scarra complete 365-day streaming challenge

Scarra complete 365-day streaming challenge
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Former League of Legends pro William “scarra” Li has celebrated streaming online for 365 days in 2019. The former player celebrated the feat with a drunk New Year’s Eve stream.

Scarra, who had had an illustrious career, where he hit Challenger for multiple seasons while playing on the big LCS stage, founded an online social entertainment group called Offline TV.

Impressed with his feat, Scarra went live for the 365th time last night, celebrating the milestone with a “drunk stream” on Twitch.

It could be recalled that the former pro had created several rules while playing

Teamfight Tactics. One such rule was drinking whenever he three-stars a unit or when he places in the bottom four.

While streaming until 2020, Scarra did the countdown with friends like Team Liquid positional coach Eugene “Pobelter” Park and esports interviewer Ovilee May. 

The feat had its challenges despite all the fun on his final day. It could be recalled that the streamer as part of the obstacles he had to pass through was without the internet for a few days, forcing the entire Offline TV group to move to a new house. He had to manage with fellow streamer Disguised Toast who lent him his PC.

According to Kotaku, Scarra’s feat is nowhere near the achievement of Ben “CohhCarnage” Cassell. The streamer had set a record after he went live for 2,000 consecutive days, broadcasting through sickness, holidays, and the birth of his child.

In another development, Japanese multinational consumer electronics and video game company, Nintendo has revealed that Fortnite is the most played Switch game of 2019 in Europe.

The game developers revealed this via figures for every game on the Nintendo Switch in Europe. The statistics listed top 20 most played games on the system over the course of 2020, and Fortnite, which is a free-to-play game, was the top game on the system.

The game had an excellent 2019 across all platforms, while Breath of the Wild came in a close second.

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Minecraft, and Minecraft occupied the 3rd, 4th, and 5th positions respectively on the system.

Written by: Oladipupo Mojeed