100 Thieves’ CouRage attempting near-impossible in Fall Guys stream

Mediatonic’s Fall Guys is a battle royale with a difference, but that isn’t stopping 100 Thieves CouRage from attempting 50 Crown Wins in one huge stream

Fall Guys CouRage 50 win stream: an image of three Fall Guys in golden suits

We all know content creators and streamers like a good challenge once in a while, but 100 Thieves’ Jack ‘CouRage’ Dunlop may be undertaking a challenge that’s a little too tough – even for someone as skilled as he is. If you’re wondering what we’re talking about, it’s just the small thing that CouRage is going to attempt to win 50 Fall Guys Crowns in one stream. Yeah, it’s a stream that could go on for quite some time.

Labelling it as “longest stream of [his] life”, the challenge CouRage has set himself is “the most important and serious event in the history of the modern era” – according to himself. We know that might be a smidge hyperbolic, but we shouldn’t underestimate just what he’s signing up for.

Fall Guys might be round-based, but Mediatonic has still ensured that this title still maintains the objective of any battle royale game: be the last one standing. If you’re a fan of CouRage, you’ll know that this is something he’ll be used to as someone who usually streams other popular battle royale games like Call of Duty Warzone and Apex Legends.

However, unlike other FPS games, Fall Guys is a game where players are going to need to employ a totally different skill set – and, sometimes you’re at the mercy of the chaos that ensues no matter your skill.

This is, as you might imagine, going to make getting 50 wins in Fall Guys quite a task for CouRage. Why? Well, using the most basic mathematics, we’re estimating that CouRage is going to be streaming for at least six and a half hours – and that’s if he wins every single Fall Guys round he plays in.

Each round in Fall Guys can last anywhere between five and ten minutes – sometimes a little bit longer. So, taking an average time of seven and a half minutes and multiplying that by the number of games he’s trying to win in a row suggests that the stream is going to be well over six hours at a minimum; however, it could be double that if CouRage has a bad run of form.

CouRage has already explained that the stream itself is going to start at 07:00 PST / 10:00 EST / 15:00 BST on July 11 – which gives him quite a bit of time in the day to complete the challenge he’s set himself. However, there’s a slim chance that we could see this stream roll into July 12. You’ll be able to catch all the action, either way, on CouRage’s YouTube channel right here.

If you’re looking for the latest on Fall Guys as a whole, it looks like Fall Guys SBMM stops newbies getting “stomped” but devs are monitoring it’s impact. In addition to this, Fall Guys has yeeted its way past 50 million players since going free to play – an impressive feat. You can also check out all the Fall Guys skins right here; yes, all of them.