Twitch Stream to Last Two Years

Twitch Stream to Last Two Years

Tuesday, 31 March 2015

US poker pro Joey 'ChicagoJoey' Ingram is planning to take the new Twitch poker streaming craze to a new level with a broadcast that will run for 750 days straight.

Following in the footsteps of recent PokerStars recruit Jason Somerville who is in the middle of a 70-day stream, Ingram is looking to set the bar beyond what anyone else has done.

Telling Nutblocker that he's keen to do it in order to prove his work ethic and give something back to the community, Ingram will stream at least "some form of PLO" for just over two years without a break.

"I was motivated to do it because I saw guys like JCarver and Jamie Staples putting in some really sick work ethic when it came to streaming and I pride myself on being one of the sickest grinders in poker when it comes to work ethic."

Keeping up anything for that amount of time without a break is tough, but Ingram appears to be confident in his ability to grind through every public holiday and major event over the next two years. As well as showing his own play, Ingram is also planning on taking someone with the right credentials:

"If you are a woman that wants to learn/play more PLO, build a following/make money and will stream on Twitch get in touch with me 4 backing."

Can he do it? It certainly won't be easy; however, if he can do it, it will certainly take the world of Twitch streaming to a new level.

Tags: Joey Ingram, Twitch