Minecraft gamer TommyInnit, aka Thomas Simons (UK), has broken not one, but two records with his Twitch channel.
Simons' channel is now the most followed Minecraft channel on Twitch, with 5,296,209 followers when confirmed on 17 May 2021. However, his channel now boasts 5.6 million followers.
He has also achieved the record for the most viewers of a Minecraft gameplay live stream on Twitch, which took place on 20 January 2021.
650,237 people watched Simons live stream the finale of the Dream SMP, titled The Dream SMP Finale.
JackSucksAtLife, aka Jack Massey (UK),who recently received a record of his own, applied for the Guinness World Records titles on Simons' behalf.
Massey holds the record for the most YouTube channels with over 100,000 subscribers owned by an individual (9), breaking his own record on 22 January 2021.
The Dream SMP, where the The Dream SMP Finale played out, is a roleplay-focused Minecraft server, run by YouTuber Dream.
Simons joined the server on 4 July 2020 as the ninth member and has been central to many storylines such as the Disk Saga.
The Disk Saga involved Tommy trying to regain his Mellohi and Cat disks after they were taken by Dream.
The Dream SMP server has been host to many famous guests including Pokimane, Lil Nas X and KSI.
Fortnite gamer Ninja even joined for a day on 25 September 2020 and was given a tour by Simons.
Simons, who is just 17 years old, started streaming on Twitch in 2018, focusing mainly on Minecraft live streams.
Before joining Twitch, Simons enjoyed, and continues to enjoy, success on YouTube, where again his uploads are predominantly of him playing Minecraft.
As well as streaming on Twitch, Simons continues to upload to YouTube and now has over 9.5 million subscribers on the platform.
His other YouTube channels, Tom Simons and TommyOutit, have 2.17 million and 3.4 million subscribers respectively.
As Simons' popularity and following continues to grow, who knows what record he could break next.