Twitch: Kai Cenat cracks 200,000 subscribers – only two streamers managed it before him

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YouTuber Kai Cenat’s rocket-like launch on Twitch continues. With an incredible 201,000 subscribers, he joins a club of Twitch streamers that only two streamers have entered before him.

In July 2022, YouTuber Kai Cenat started streaming on Twitch in earnest and growing his subscriber base. In no time he was in the top 20 and already By mid-October he had accumulated over 100,000 subscribers. At that time, almost half of the subscriptions had been given away, the majority of them by a patronizing fan.

Precisely because of the unusually high number of subscriptions given away, Twitch viewers asked themselves at the end of last year whether this rocket-like rise could not be over quickly. Today we know that things just kept getting better for the 21-year-old. He recently broke the mark of 200,000 subscribers live in the stream and now has more subs than the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th place Twitch streamers combined!

Kai Cenat cracks 200,000 subscribers

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This makes Kai Cenat only the third twitch streamer ever to reach 200,000 subscribers and the first African American twitch streamer to have that many subs. So far, only Ludwig (now a YouTube streamer) and before that Ninja (now a multi-streamer without a special Twitch contract) have managed to do this.

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According to Kai Cenat, it was also important for the black community that he reach this milestone. Because, as he noted when he reached 80,000 subscribers, little attention was paid to black streamers in the past. Of course, he owes his success to his community.