On October 16, Twitch star Kai Cenat earned another major accolade as he became the most-subscribed Twitch content creator across all languages.
Kai Cenat's primary Twitch channel amassed 104,772 active subscribers, out of which 71,325 were paid subscriptions, and 47,577 subscriptions were gifted to the Twitch sensation by the streaming community:
Kai Cenat's accomplishment went viral on Twitter, with one streaming community member congratulating him by saying:
Kai Cenat reacts to becoming the most-subscribed Twitch streamer
Earlier today, Kai Cenat got together with fellow Twitch streamer Josh "YourRAGE" and One True King (OTK) member BruceDropEmOff during the first day of the BOYZTOBER IRL livestream.
Cenat was notified that he had become the "number one streamer in the world." He did not initially believe the claim and remarked:
"I'm the number one most-subbed in the world! Whoa, let me check. You're lying, you're lying, you're lying. I am?! I'm going to check right now! TwitchTracker. No, if they're saying anything, it got to be true."
Upon checking the aforementioned Twitch statistics tracking website, Cenat realized that he had indeed become the most-subscribed streamer on the platform and celebrated the achievement by saying:
"Yo! It's all languages! Oh! Oh my f***ing god! Bro, we're number one in the f***ing world! Oh my god, man! Yo! Oh my f***ing god! In the world, bro. Bro, number one in the f***ing world, y'all! You know, that is crazy!"
Streaming community reacts to Kai Cenat becoming the number-one streamer on the platform
The streamer took to his main Twitter account to share the accomplishment and stated that he was "finally the #1 most subbed" content creator in the world:
The reaction thread amassed more than 855 fan reactions. Here's what they had to say:
Esports personality Jake "JakeSucky" Lucky also shared Cenat's most recent accolade on his Twitter handle. His update read:
One Twitter user stated that Cenat and fellow Twitch icon Felix "xQc" are "pure content":
Another Twitter user lauded the Twitch streamer:
One fan speculated that Cenat would be making $1 million per month:
Twitter user @allyearxo responded, stating that the Amazon-owned livestreaming platform splits the revenue. They claimed that the content creator would be making around $200,000 to $350,000 per month:
Here are some more relevant fan reactions from Twitter:
Kai Cenat is primarily a Just Chatting and IRL content creator who started his online career on Twitch in February 2021.
He often collaborates with prominent Twitch streamers. He is also an avid gamer, having played several popular gaming titles like Grand Theft Auto 5, the NBA 2K series, Fortnite, Minecraft, Fall Guys, and Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War on his channel.