Twitch Streamer Faints After Unlocking RuneScape Achievement
Twitch Streamer fainted while celebrating a game achievement
On November 25th, a Twitch streamer named Ginger Beardie attempted to collect the Coveted Infernal Cape in an online game called RuneScape, which is stated to be one of the most difficult achievements by veteran players.
The process requires defeating Tzkal Zuk, the last monster in the Inferno. GingerBeardie celebrated in a loud voice, which led to him passing out live on stream. His collapse led to him hitting his forehead on his keyboard.
However, moments later, the streamer got up and confirmed to his viewers that he was fine. He then went on to celebrate his hard-earned achievement with his viewers.
- Ginger Beardie attempted to collect Infernal Cape in RuneScape.
- While celebrating, he fainted, slamming his head on his keyboard.
- Shortly after, he got up and confirmed to his viewers that he was fine.
GingerBeardie is a partnered Twitch streamer who started live streaming on the platform in 2017. The streamer gained popularity by playing old-school RPG games. He does fairly decent on the platform averaging around 4k viewers on his VODs.
Recently, on November 25th, GingerBeardie hosted an 11 hours stream to collect a special item in RuneScape called the Coveted Infernal Cape. After over a dozen attempts and failures, the streamer finally defeated the last monster in the Inferno, Tzkal Zuk, and claimed the hard-earned price, the Coveted Infernal Cape.
After defeating the monster, this is how the streamer celebrated in a hype manner, which led to him fainting and slamming his head on the keyboard.
This tweet on his official Twitter account @GingerBeardie shows a clip of him fainting live on the stream.
Infernal cape completed 🔥
Windows Key imprinted in my forehead for life, passed out, GG pic.twitter.com/4SHtkNK1AD
— GingerBeardie (@GingerBeardie) November 24, 2022
The streamer stayed down for about 15 seconds before getting up and joking about this incident. His in-game buddy Callum laughed, claiming he heard the Windows noise. The streamer then thanked his buddy for his assistance and celebrated the achievement with his viewers. It was evident that the streamer was in disbelief.
GingerBeardie’s Twitch clip was shared to the r/LivestreamFail subreddit and became one of the forum’s top posts. It’s certainly a funny prospect to witness, but a fairly painful one from the perspective of Ginger Beardie.
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