If you’ve always wanted to hear a word repeated so many times that it loses all meaning to you (semantic saturation, it’s a real thing) then please enjoy this stream of a man who is committed to the word “Mario” over and over to say again half a million times.
This is Canadian streamer Nicrowho made a goal last week to say “Mario” every time someone contributes to their channel. If they contributed 1 bit, he would say so. For $ 1 he would say it 100 times. For every subscription to his channel, he would have to say it 250 times.
At the time of writing this shit got completely out of hand, with its count of times it has to say the word which is currently 557,000. After a total of 119 hours of streaming (don’t worry, he sleeps in between) he said “Mario” 345,000 times.
You should say it ten times in a row and see how it sounds. Now imagine what it will sound like after you say it 557,000 times.
It’s not that only Word he can say, presumably so he doesn’t go crazy, but turn it on at any time and even when he’s in the middle of a conversation he still has to throw out a few “Marios” in a row just to keep the target out of range.
You can Check out the stream here if you wantbut if you just want to see how it all works, here’s a snippet:
Thanks very much player!
According to statistics, the golf between Amouranth and other top streamers on Twitch is enormous
When Kaitlyn “Amouranth” Siragusa will not be banned from Twitch for things like wearing a horse mask and slurping a microphone lewdly, it draws huge audiences month after month. Not only was she the top female streamer on Twitch in October, she also garnered almost as many viewing hours as the next two biggest female streamers combined.
That comes from the latest data from Twitch analytics firm StreamElements via Rainmaker.gg, which shows that Siragusa has seen around 3.1 million hours in the last month, almost double the estimated 1.7 million by Imane “Pokimane” Anys and of the 1.5 million from SadDummy.