The end of Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 4 brought us an incredible encounter against the Eater of Worlds, Galactus, which hundreds of thousands of viewers could enjoy both in-game and through Twitch.
One of the preferred channels of the Spanish-speaking public was that of David "TheGregfg" Cánovas, being one of the most prominent personalities in the Fortnite community.
There was so much excitement and anticipation that TheGreg managed to accumulate 660,000 continuous viewers during the live event that saw the players face Galactus with the help of Iron Man.
This number ranks his 1st December stream as the most-watched in Twitch history for an individual streamer.
With this, he surpasses personalities such as Tyler "Ninja" Blevins, who previously held the record with his collaboration alongside rapper Drake having a peak of 616,693 concurrent viewers, or Michael "Shroud" Grzesiek's return to Twitch, which saw him reach 516,289 viewers.
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The Spanish content creator has an impressive presence on the web, with 15.7 million subscribers on YouTube and another 5 million more on Twitch, so it's understandable he reached such a historic milestone with the hype of Galactus' arrival boosting him to new heights.
It is worth mentioning that previously Greg had the second stream with the highest number of concurrent viewers, reaching 538,000 thanks to Fortnite.
You can check out his stream right here so you can enjoy his reaction while the incredible event to close the Nexus War took place.