Twitch streamer Kai Cenat breaks Twitch sub record of 300,000 subscribers
The new King of streaming has been crowned as Twitch streamer Kai Cenat breaks Twitch sub record of over 300,000 subscribers. His subscriber count has now reached the highest level ever seen on the streaming service, marking yet another significant turning point for live streaming.
Cenat, a member of the YouTube community AMP, is well known for his gaming and reaction videos. He frequently teams up with music artists and content creators including Lil Uzi Vert, Ice Spice, IShowSpeed, Lil Baby, and others for collaborative projects. Currently, his subscribers pay $5 to $25 per month to subscribe, with Twitch keeping 50%.
Just a day prior to the news that Kai Cenat breaks Twitch sub count, the 21-year-old had surpassed Tyler “Ninja” Blevins to become the second most subscribed streamer to ever go live on the Amazon-owned platform with 269,154 subscribers.Then the big boom came. Kai surpassed YouTube streamer Ludwig Ahren’s record of 283,000 from 2021.
In February 2021, Cenat signed up for Twitch and started his streaming career. Fast forward two years, and he starts his “subathon” campaign on February 1, the first day of Black History Month. Cenat streamed live for a whole 30 days without ever pausing, and then boom. Kai Cenat breaks Twitch sub record.
Cenat accomplished this in only two years. It’s a record that won’t be shattered for a long, long time.
“This has been the hardest thing to do in my life and I’m glad I did it,” said Twitch streamer Kai Cenat. “We did it. Whatever you want to do, you can do it.”
The new King of Twitch is here.