Most concurrent viewers for a Twitch stream

Fortnite gamer David "TheGrefg" Cánovas Martínez (Spain) has smashed a monumental Twitch streaming record.

The most concurrent viewers for a Twitch stream was achieved by Martínez on 11 January 2021, with a huge 2,468,668 peak concurrent viewers. 

He's broken this record as well as the record for the most concurrent viewers for a Twitch stream by an individual.

This record has now been officially confirmed, breaking the individual record previously held by Ninja (aka Richard Tyler Blevins, USA) with 667,000 concurrent viewers. 

David "TheGrefg" Cánovas Martínez has a massive 7 million followers on his Twitch channel, where he regularly streams himself playing Fortnite, as well as League of Legends and Valorant.  

The stream that broke this massive Twitch record was him revealing his Icon series Fortnite skin, which sports his red and black hair, as well as red arm cuffs and a bare chest decorated with gold, including his signature TheGrefg logo.   

The skin will set you back 1,500 V-Bucks, or 1,800 V-Bucks for the TheGrefg Bundle, which includes "Balls of Power", a Back Bling reactive cosmetic, and the "Staff of Control", a harvesting tool.

Most concurrent viewers for a Twitch stream The Grefg holding certificate over his head

Having your own Icon series Fortnite skin is a privilege only available to the platform's top creators and influencers, with only 8, including Martínez, in the series. 

Previous record holder Blevins also has one of the coveted spots in the Icon series, with a skin that was available for limited periods in January and May 2020.

His skin sports his signature blue hair and headband as well as a blue face covering as a nod to his screen name, Ninja. 

Congratulations to David "TheGrefg" Cánovas Martínez on this incredible achievement!