And with that, Twitch.tv’s collection is (provisionally) complete! The Demon King of League of Legends himself has taken up his throne.
The god himself, Faker, has begun streaming on Twitch:https://t.co/xyvCxRmJ2y
— MonteCristo (@MonteCristo) February 6, 2017
…aaand immediately, he has numbers equal to an average day on NALCS1, because of course he would.
Faker’s started his stream on Twitch.tv relatively late. His teammates had already launched their channels a week ago, as reported earlier. His delay may or may not be related to the fact that his day-one stream includes a live translator for the sake of the audience.
His stream can be found here, playing (what else) League of Legends.
Update: With 245,000 viewers in the first hour, Faker’s stream is now the single largest individual stream ever on Twitch.
Faker’s first hour League debut on Twitch is now the single largest individual/personal stream ever on the site with 245,000 viewers. pic.twitter.com/kR4Ix6mcBC
— Rod Breslau (@Slasher) February 6, 2017