The absolute record of Twitch that no one has ever beaten

Twitch streamers are always in competition to set records such as the longest stream, subathons, the highest number of subscribers, or viewers. To keep track of all this, here are the biggest livestreaming records in February 2024. As the livestreaming audience continues to grow, streamers are battling for viewers’ attention. Established names are fighting to retain their viewer base, while newcomers are fighting for their piece of the pie. Along the way, records are set for various milestones.

You can check the audience records on Twitch here, as well as the biggest audiences on YouTube. But, while the highest audience is the most common measure of popularity on Twitch, there are many other records and milestones that streamers seek to reach. Check out the records below.

Highest recorded subscriber records The record for the highest number of subscribers on Twitch at one time is held by Kai Cenat with 306,621 subscribers. He beat the previous record held by Ludwig, with 283,066 subscribers. These two records were achieved during 30-day subathons, where viewers extend viewing time by subscribing to the channel. In addition to viewers and followers, subscribers are another way to measure a streamer’s popularity. But, unlike followers, the number of subscribers can indicate how popular a streamer is at any given time, as it can increase or decrease each month.

Over the years, many streamers have broken the records for the highest number of subscribers at any given time. Iconically, Ninja set the record at over 269,000 in April 2018 – without a subathon – but it has since been surpassed. Kai Cenat now holds the record, following his subathon in 2023.

Twitch Subscriber Records Note: These records only include instances where the previous record was broken – i.e. new records. Despite Kkatamina’s large subathons (73,000 subscribers) and Ironmouse’s (177,000 subscribers), nobody managed to surpass Ludwig’s record of 283k before Kai Cenat. Kkatamina held the record for female streamers before being surpassed by Ironmouse. Kai Cenat is now the record holder, and remains the most subscribed streamer on Twitch at the moment.

Longest subathon on Twitch The current record for the longest subathon stream is 813 days, held by Emilycc. This stream is still ongoing. Emily is now aiming for a total of 730 days, to achieve two consecutive years on her subathon.

Fueled by the popularity of Ludwig’s subathon, many streamers are now making their own. For each subscription or donation, a certain amount of time is added to the clock and the streamers must stay live until the time runs out.

Longest stream on Twitch The longest stream on Twitch by a single streamer is also from EmilyCC, with over 800 days live, uninterrupted.

These subathon streams may seem long, but they are nothing compared to the longest overall stream on Twitch. So what is the longest stream on Twitch by a single streamer? This record was originally set by Los Pollos TV in April 2020, with 161 hours live. CallMeCypher set a new record shortly after, streaming for 200 hours in a row, before it ended due to technical issues.

GPHustla has been live on Twitch for over a year. Then, there was only one clear record holder: Twitch streamer GPHustla was live, with a single continuous stream, for 634 days. This was the longest solo livestream on Twitch.

This has since been surpassed by Emilycc’s subathon, which has exceeded 800 days and is still ongoing, as you can see in the subathon section above. Unfortunately, GPHustla’s channel has been indefinitely suspended, ending the stream. GPHustla believes that Twitch made an error in suspending him, but so far his appeals have been unsuccessful or ignored. As a result, he is now streaming on YouTube.

Beyond solo streamers, the “StreamerHouse” channel claims to have been live continuously since 2013, which would of course mean it holds the overall record. However, this is a group of friends and guests, rather than an individual streamer.

So there you have it – that’s everything you need to know about the biggest records on Twitch, from the highest number of subscribers to the longest streams. There are many other records to claim or outside of Twitch as well, including audience and followers. Check out some of our other lists below: Most followed Twitch streamers | Most watched Twitch stream | Highest audiences on Twitch & YouTube | Most watched streamers | Most followed TikTokers | Most subscribed YouTube channels. Never mention the original source of the content.

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