Tectone is having one productive year. Aside from joining the fast-growing OTK Network to further grow his audience, he’s been running a successful subathon that’s lasted 39 days.
As a reminder, a subathon is an event held streamers hold on Twitch. Each new subscriber that signs up extends the length of the stream. Streamers can set up a timer that increases in different increments for each tier of subscribers. For example, a stream may get extended by 2 minutes for a Tier 1 sub, 6 minutes for a Tier 2 , and so on.
After streaming for 39 days straight i think my subathon is finally coming to a close. I'm gonna spend these last moments chilling with chat and playing some of my favorite games like Viva Pinata and just enjoy the memories, thanks to everyone who showed up. Love y'all.— TECTONE (BIG EGG) (@Tectone) May 29, 2022
Tectone went on to thank everyone for joining in his subathon. If you want to see the last moments of the subathon (assuming it doesn’t get extended), check out Tectone’s stream on Twitch.
Tectone’s Subathon highlights
Tectone’s 39-day subathon has had a lot of highlights. Here are some clips from the Subathon showcasing some of the more interesting moments.