11 days and 12 hours, that’s how long the hibernates take Sardosh on Twitch, which began July 16 at 4 p.m., and ended July 28. If it is still far from the record for the longest stream on the platform, this will still be an achievement that will be remembered.
Sardoche subathon rules
The concept of subathon on Twitch comes from a combination of the words “subathon” and “marathon”. Its purpose is to help the channel create a stream of subscribers over a long stream.
This concept was widely popularized by Ludwig, which also holds the record for the longest broadcast. Spathon Ludwig started in March and ended in April after that 31 consecutive days of broadcasting, Including while sleeping. During this period, he broke the concurrent subscriber record on Twitch by about 282000 subscriptions.
Each creator can choose their own rules. For Sardoche, the rules were: Subathon will continue 24 hours minimum With each new subscription, it will be added 1 more minute in his life. The time limit will be 15 days max.
Win crazy money for the singer
Sardosh survived for his slumber 277 hours, i.e. 11 days and 12 hours, 15,180 subscriptions was introduced or exhibited during this period. Without doing a very complicated math – the reward that Twitch streamers get is still somewhat vague – and assuming Twitch takes 50% of the total subscription at €3.99, Sardoche would have earned at least 30 thousand euros Not counting the various third parties for the underwriting, sponsors and potential operations.
However, this information should be taken with a grain of salt (or a whole handful, since we are talking about Sardoche), because the calculation is definitely wrong. Every major streamer has their own agreement and contract with Twitch.
However, one thing is for sure, the Sardoche subathon has been a huge success to celebrate its last moments in South Korea.
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