They Are Trying To Play For 109 Hours To Break The World Record
In a EB Games Store Downtown Toronto
Posted 1 year ago By Cayoux - Fred Laroche
An attempt to break the World Record for the longest continuous play session is taking place at the moment. The two Canadian players, Christopher Gloyd and Timothy Bell are trying to play for more than 109 hours in the PlayStation lounge at the EB Games flagship store in Downtown Toronto. At the time of this writing, over 25 hours of play have been recorded, with Resistance 1, 2 and 3 being the games of choice at the moment. For a FPS, the current Guinness World Record is set at 51 hours and 21 minutes.
You can watch them live as they try to break the World Record right here.
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