Reckful’s Pokemon Go Stream Called “Greatest Streams Ever” By Mizkif

Mizkif hailed the late Byron ‘Reckful’ Bernstein’s legendary Pokemon Go stream, which drew over 50,000 viewers, “one of the finest streams ever” and even “god-like.”

Reckful, who had many adoring followers, took his own life in July 2020, breaking the hearts of the Twitch community.

Players in World of Warcraft came together to grieve his death, streamers praised him, and Blizzard paid respect to his legacy.

Throughout his career, he had several unforgettable moments. One that sticks out is when he streamed Pokemon Go to over 50,000 Twitch viewers, which Mizkif considers to be “one of the finest streams ever.”

“By playing Pokemon Go, which was one of the greatest individual view counts at the time, whose streamer achieved 50,000 viewers?” “Which streamer reached 50,000 viewers while playing Pokemon Go, which was one of the greatest individual view counts at the time?” Mizkif was asked in a quiz.

“Reckful. He said, “Final response.” “While playing Pokemon Go, Reckful attracted 50,000 spectators. It was one of the most brilliant streams ever created. It was one of the greatest streams I’ve ever seen.”

He said that several other streamers, including Chance ‘Sodapoppin’ Morris, Timothy ‘TimTheTatman’ Betar, and himself, were riveted to their chairs and wouldn’t leave the room because it was that fantastic.

He went on to say, “It was a god-like stream.”

The webcast on July 11, 2016, was one of Reckful’s most popular, with 51,545 viewers.

He eventually surpassed it on two times — in October 2017 with 55,000 viewers coming in to watch his TwitchCon travels and in August 2018 with 57,000 viewers tuning in to see him play World of Warcraft — but the stream was still a record-breaker at the time.

Mizkif is a well-known streamer in his own way, but he was also a Reckful fan, and it appears that he has a particular place in his heart for that stream.

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