Subway Surfers: 365 Days (1 Year) Live Streaming to Break the World Record


The direct Gaming People, which lasted 48 hours, was certainly very long, but there are goals that require even more time.

In fact, the YouTube channel TheTekkitRealm has set up a live broadcast of 365 days to beat the world record of Subway Surfers, the popular Endless Runner game that has recently exceeded 2.5 billion installations worldwide. A success so vast, that of the mobile title developed by Kiloo and SYBO GAMES, to have convinced Sander Schwartz, Daytime Emmy-winning film producer, to make short animated shorts dedicated to the characters of Subway Surfers, recently published on the official SYBO TV channel. Consider that the first episode counts, at the time of writing, over 17 million views. In short, the media’s power of the brand can certainly not be questioned.

As for the live broadcast, the video description reads: “We are breaking the world record not only for the longest Subway Surfers game ever played but also for the highest number of points earned. The script running the game does not match at the latest update, then Subway Surfers will not be constantly updated! We will go online 24-7 for 365 days (1 year) “. It is not clear if this would also be the longest live ever done on YouTube, but it could be close.

In any case, clearly, Subway Surfers is played in this case by an infallible script, which will continue to dodge obstacles uninterruptedly for a year. The streaming was started last May 24, 2019. See you in a year to draw conclusions!