Gamers to break world record with longest video livestream at Hub Zero
AEGaming to attempt smashing Guinness World Record for longest recorded livestream at Hub Zero, City Walk
AEGaming and Hub Zero are inviting gamers to be part of a Guinness World Record attempt for the longest video livestream at City Walk.
The gaming experience began 1 June and aims to last for 7 days, 7 hours and 7 minutes to beat the current record which is at 6 days, 6 hours and 30 minutes held by Lifestyler TV in Cologne, Germany.
Participants will be part of LAN gaming tournaments, regular gameplay streaming, challenges such as the blindfold challenge where players will have to manoeuvre the game blindfolded and a final boss challenge, where an amateur gamer will battle a pro gamer.
Jean Marc Bled, general manager, Leisure & Entertainment at Meraas, said: "The live stream gives us an opportunity to tap into the incredibly talented gamers in the country and also showcase Hub Zero as the premiere gaming destination in the country.
"We are confident that we will be able to achieve our goal with the help of everyone involved and we are looking forward to welcoming all gaming enthusiasts to an unparalleled gaming experience at Hub Zero."
Along with the gaming tournament, there will be daily competitions with prizes, such as free passes from Hub Zero and gaming hardware.
Gamers can still sign up to participate in the tournaments and competitions.