British player streamed 1 000 hours of poker in 100 days
British regular Lukas Robinson has broken the record for the most hours of streaming poker on Twitch. Lucas streamed 1 000 hours of poker content in 100 consecutive days. His poker specialty is MTTs tournaments, and the guy has achieved great results in this field.
The previous streaming record belonged to PokerStars Ambassador Arlie Shaban. 3 years ago, Arlie managed to stream 1 000 hours over 125 days. Lukas fired up the goal to surpass Shaban’s result and successfully reached it. For that, he received an excellent reward: GGPoker included him in the team of streamers referred to as Twitch Squad.
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Robinson started the challenge on January 4th, and until April the poker player had no day off. It took him about 7 hours to stream per day, but poker sessions could sometimes take even 10 hours.
As far as money is concerned, Lukas completed the marathon with a result of +$23 850. The guy mainly played tournaments with an average buy-in, and his best result was 4th place in the SCOOP event that brought him $22 852.
Currently, Robinson has 8 500 subscribers on Twitch, but this number will surely increase as Lukas will now represent GGPoker as part of the Twitch Squad.