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Jynxzi Announces Ambitious Elden Ring Marathon Stream Set to Last Up to One Week

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On June 14, 2024, popular Twitch streamer Nicholas “Jynxzi” Stewart revealed his ambitious plan to embark on an Elden Ring marathon livestream. The announcement quickly gained traction on social media, particularly on X (formerly Twitter), with fans and followers eagerly discussing the upcoming event.

Jynxzi’s marathon stream is set to begin on June 16, 2024, and he has pledged not to end the broadcast until he has completed the entire game. This challenging feat was inspired by fellow streamer Kai Cenat, who previously undertook a similar marathon, boosting Elden Ring’s popularity on Twitch.

The announcement drew mixed reactions from the community. Some fans speculated that Jynxzi was motivated by Kai Cenat’s success. User @PloybertCorti commented, “Ever since Kai Cenat did it, everyone hopping on the wave.” Others accused Jynxzi of copying Cenat, with @Br0nToLA23 simply stating, “Copying Kai.” However, there were also supporters like @vinhlegacy who praised Jynxzi’s gaming prowess, predicting he would finish the game faster due to his skills as a “pro gamer.”

In a Twitch clip shared by user ‘scubaryan_’, Jynxzi excitedly announced, “I am doing an Elden Ring marathon. I am not ending the stream until I beat Elden Ring… it might take a long time, bro, but I’m not ending the stream until I beat Elden Ring.” He acknowledged the potential duration of the stream, estimating it could last up to seven days, though he hoped to complete the game in less time.


To add to the marathon’s intensity, Jynxzi committed to streaming his entire daily routine, including sleeping and showering on camera, albeit with appropriate measures to ensure privacy. “We’re going to have literally a full setup,” he assured viewers, promising a comprehensive and immersive streaming experience.

The inspiration for Jynxzi’s marathon can be traced back to Kai Cenat’s own Elden Ring marathon, which captivated audiences for nearly seven days. Cenat ultimately defeated the final boss, Elden Beast, after 166 hours and 52 minutes of gameplay, during which he died 1,701 times. This monumental effort set a high bar for Jynxzi, who now faces the challenge of completing the game in a potentially shorter period and with fewer deaths.

Reacting to the announcement on X, one viewer theorized that Jynxzi was motivated by the success of Kai Cenat’s marathon, stating, “He saw how well that went for Kai and now he wants to do it.” Another user pointed out that Jynxzi’s chat had been “spamming” him with challenges to beat the game faster than Cenat, suggesting this marathon could be Jynxzi’s response to these taunts.


As the countdown to June 16 approaches, Jynxzi’s fans are eagerly anticipating the start of the marathon. “You guys have been telling me to play Elden Ring for the past two years, so I’m excited,” Jynxzi shared, underscoring his enthusiasm for the event.

The marathon will kick off at around 4 pm or 5 pm on June 16, promising viewers an unprecedented live streaming experience. Fans can follow the action on Jynxzi’s Twitch channel, where they will witness his journey through the challenging and expansive world of Elden Ring.

This upcoming event not only highlights Jynxzi’s dedication to his craft but also underscores the enduring appeal of Elden Ring within the gaming community. Whether Jynxzi can surpass Kai Cenat’s achievements remains to be seen, but one thing is certain: the marathon promises to be an exhilarating and unforgettable spectacle for all involved.


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