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Minecraft streamer hit the Guinness Book of Records thanks to the culinary broadcast

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Minecraft streamer hit the Guinness Book of Records thanks to the culinary broadcast
George Davidson, also known as GeorgeNotFound, made it into the Guinness Book of World Records for the longest-running cooking show ever. It is worth noting that the record was not recorded the first time. In addition, it was not without the assistance of a well-known YouTube blogger.



First of all, GeorgeNotFound gained notoriety for his Minecraft walkthroughs. However, in the Book of Records, he was not for the game, but for the culinary stream. The broadcast went back in March 2021, when 319,846 users watched it simultaneously. This figure was a record for the corresponding thematic section of Twitch.

At first, the record didn't count as Davidson wanted to set a landmark achievement with a stream for the "Pools, Hot Tubs & Beach" section. Due to the small size of the pool and its inconsistency with the definition of a "jacuzzi", the commission did not record the result.

A little later, the creator of the YouTube channel JackSucksAtLife stepped in. Thanks to his new application for Davidson, the streamer was able to get a well-deserved certificate for the record longest stream.
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