Lukas Robinson streams 1,000 hours in 100 days on Twitch
He quit his job, made $23k in profit and bagged poker sponsorship. It looks like the 1,000 hour challenge went well for RobinPoker.
At the start of the year up-and-coming Twitch streamer Lukas ‘RobinPoker’ Robinson announced he was quitting his job to stream full time. He also set an outlandish goal of streaming for 1,000 hours in 100 days.
To do this would see him set a previous poker record set by Arle Shaban of 1,000 hours in 100 days.
Last night he managed it. On the 100th day he had played 1,000 hours, no days off, every day at least seven hours on stream and $23,850 profit to boot.
I DID IT!
1000 Hours of Poker streamed in 100 days
🥇A new Twitch Poker World Record🥇
✅Played 10 hours of poker on average per day
✅No stream shorter than 7 hours
🚫No Days off
I will never forget this moment!!! Thank you everyone ♥️ pic.twitter.com/getmw79fEF
— RobinPoker (@RobinPoker_) April 13, 2021
The streaming efforts are impressive but perhaps more noteworthy was his progression as a player in that time. He played relatively low stakes at the start of the challenge but several times broke his personal record for his biggest ever wins in that time.
The icing on the cake being that he also signed on to become a GGPoker Twitch streamer during the challenge, complete with custom avatar. His stream now has over 8,000 followers on Twitch and he looks set to be a big name in the space.
Popular with his fellow streamers, he received a congratulations video from some of the biggest names in poker Twitch after getting to the 1,000 hour mark.
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