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Succeeding on Twitch is a huge undertaking, so new aspiring streamers must come up with increasingly crazier ideas to stand out. The content creator Nicro does not need to do any of that, as he is already a recognized personality on the platform thanks to his speedrun. However, that didn’t stop him from putting himself to the test and taking on one of the funniest and weirdest challenges in the history of the internet.

As we told you, Nicro decided to chain himself to a television until saying the word “Mario” thousands of times. The funny thing about this case is that, with every subscription and donation, the number of times he had to say the plumber’s name increased. Of course, the community brought out its troll side and the counter did nothing but increase.

Mamma Mia! The streamer said the word “Mario” for 2 weeks

Naturally, the time came when a content creator had to say “Mario” a million times, a challenge that seemed impossible and very distant. However, and after several days of uninterrupted transmission, the goal was more than met.

Nicro began his journey on the first day of this month and it was not until last Wednesday, December 15, more than 2 weeks later, that he managed to say “Mario” a million times. In the final stages of the challenge, we can see that friends of the content creator gathered, who did not hesitate to celebrate this historic feat.

This is undoubtedly a triumphant return to live broadcasting. We must remember that the content creator announced earlier this year that, for personal reasons, he would be leaving Twitch for a while. The rest in question lasted 9 months.

But tell us, what do you think of the feat of this user? Let us read you in the comments.

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