The record for the most consecutive victory royales by a Fortnite duo has fallen after Tyler ‘Ninja’ Blevins and Malachi ‘Reverse2K’ Greiner went on a crazy 43 game winning streak.
The pair beat the previous record on October 2, with the achievement taking three entire livestreams to complete. The winning moment came on top of a mountain outside of Snobby Shores, with Ninja dealing the final elimination to secure their 43rd victory royale. “Nice!” yelled Reverse as the record fell, while a gassed-up Ninja celebrated by saying: “Let’s go, baby, let’s go! Oh my god. The record, give it to me! Give it to us!”
Despite beating the previous record of 42 consecutive wins – which is attributed to Irish player Siqqza on Fortnite Tracker – Ninja and Reverse don’t want to end things there. “Do we keep going?” asked Ninja. “It gets sweatier at night, right? Should we keep going tomorrow? We’re definitely gaming all night.”
The moment was watched live by more than 20,000 viewers across both their streams and the clip below that shows the record fall has been seen over 10,000 times.
Although 43 consecutive wins sounds impressive, it’s nowhere near the insane record for squads wins. French player J7 Evooo and his squad managed 76 consecutive victory royales.
In solos, the record is held by Callmenet, who managed to record 28 straight wins.