Andrew "GiantWaffle" Bodine breaks the world record for endlessly streaming throughout November on Dec. 1 Twitch streamer, Andrew \u201cGiantWaffle\u201d Bodine, broke a streaming record on Dec. 1 by streaming nearly 573 hours throughout November. He had officially broken the record for the number of hours streamed in a month, announced yesterday on Twitter. Bodine streamed for roughly 19 hours every day for 30 days. His hard work built up to 572 hours and 44 minutes of streaming. The previous record, held by Jackson \u201cJayBigs\u201d Bigsby, was set at 569 back in August 2019. Bodine knew the bar he had to clear and leaped for it. 30 Days. Thirty 19 Hour streams in a row. 570+ Hours Streamed. 3 Million Hours Watched. 10,000+ Subs. Streamvember 2019 is COMPLETE! TIME TO SLEEP! <# pic.twitter.com\/8F87hBTlfP \u2014 GiantWaffle (@GiantWaffle) December 1, 2019 Bodine played a variety of games during his journey, including newer releases such as Death Stranding and Luigi\u2019s Mansion 3, among other titles such as Rocket League and Factorio. \u201cStreaming 19 hours a day isn\u2019t healthy," Bodine told Kotaku after accomplishing the feat. "It\u2019s very obvious and I\u2019m well aware of it. But\u2026 a lot of people trying to break records and push themselves to the limit in ways that are not seen as healthy." Bodine claims that the effort was well worth it because his Twitch channel gained over 10,000 new subscriptions. To him, those numbers make the physical strain and stress worth it.