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Twitch streamer Quin69 finally wins at Jump King

New Zealand Twitch Partner, Quin69, joins the list of streamers that have completed Jump King but not long after he practically choked at the final jump challenge.
Quin69 is a popular Twitch streamer from New Zealand with over 615,000 followers on the platform. Among Quin's most-streamed games are World of Warcraft Shadowlands, Path of Exile and Diablo, however, the Twitch streamer recently tried his hand at Jump King.

Jump King is incredibly unforgiving. Previously, Felix "xQc" Lengyel lost 4 hours of progress after enduring an epic fail in the game. Twitch stars, Ludwig and Forsen, also succumbed to more than a few hilarious jump fails in the game. After initially choking at the last platform, Quin finally managed to beat the game by rescuing the "smoking hot babe" at the top.

Kiwi Twitch streamer finally wins at Jump King

As you might imagine, getting right to the top and then choking at the last minute must have been absolutely devastating. In the clip below, we can see Quin watch in horror as he misjudged the final jump and proceeded to undo several hours of hard work.

To be fair, we think he handled things pretty well. When xQc choked, he nearly chewed up his keyboard before raging at the game. Perhaps it's Quins' calm demeanour that allowed him to continue his run to the top.

Felix "xQc" Lengyel eats his keyboard after epic fail in Jump King
Felix "xQc" Lengyel eats his keyboard after epic fail in Jump King. (Picture: Twitch / xQcOW)

After regaining his composure, Quin managed to make it back up to the final platform after just one and a half hours. Learning from his previous mistake, Quin executed his final jump perfectly and was able to rescue the damsel at the top.

Once at the top, Quin yelled: "Yes! F*ck this game! It's trash! It's trash! F*ck you, b*tch! It's not even hard. Gimme the crown." Quin spent just over 26 hours to clock the game.

We can't imagine Quin's delight to have conquered Jump King. The game is certainly no easy feat and could be described as the "Dark Souls" of the platform indie game 

Kiwi Twitch streamer clocks Jump King in 26 hours and 23 min
Kiwi Twitch streamer clocks Jump King in 26 hours and 23 minutes. (Picture: Twitch / Quin69)

Congratulations on your dub, Quin! We look forward to seeing what new challenge you'll be tackling next!

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Header image via Twitch / Quin69.