Despite trying to practice, but after only 1 day, the male streamer could not say anything more than to congratulate the opponent.
Speedrunner is no longer a strange name when it is a cult speed competition of the world gaming village. Recently, the Speedrunner-loving community has quickly been stirred up. Specifically, world-famous streamer Pint spent a month training in Final Fantasy 14 with the aim of breaking the game with a time of 43.30 seconds, beating the old record of 43.58 seconds. Worth mentioning, with dedication and careful preparation, Pint expects his record to proudly maintain the throne.
However, “life is not like a dream”, right after setting a new record, streamer Pint quickly challenged his opponent on his personal page: “Show me what you can do”. Worth mentioning, just 1 day after challenging the opponent, streamer Pint’s record was immediately broken with a number far ahead of his record of 38.74 seconds. For Speedrunner lovers, it may only take 4 seconds, but it is definitely a huge challenge.
Faced with this “bad cry and laugh” situation, streamer Pint officially saluted when he admitted that the world record he spent a month practicing had been broken in a simpler way. Along with that, streamer Pint also shows civilization when honoring his opponent as an absolute legend. Through the story of streamer Pint, it can be seen that the field of Speedrunner is tough as well as there is strong competition when it only takes 1 month of practice, Pint can only keep his record for 1 day.