Kai Cenat Announces 30-Day Subathon After His Ban

The popular Twitch streamer Kai Cenat has just announced his 30-Day subathon, after recently being banned on Twitch.

Kai Cenat Subathon
Kai Cenat is back! | © Kai Cenat via Twitch

After just recently being banned on Twitch for taking too many edibles on stream and passing out, Kai Cenat has now announced his 30-Day subathon.

Kai is one of Twitch most subscribed streamers, with a massive fanbase of more than 3.7 million followers.

He is well known for his wild streams, featuring major celebrities like 21 Savage and Lil Baby, as well as other streamers.

Now he is planning on following in the footsteps of the likes of Ludwig, revealing his upcoming subathon.

Kai Cenat Announces His 30-Day Subathon

On January 31, Kai uploaded a funny video, which is pretty much his very own interpretation of the Prince of Zamunda, on Twitter and YouTube announcing his subathon.

You will be able to watch the subathon on his Twitch channel as usual and watch Kai...sleep, if you're a European.

In the video reveals that his subathon will start February 1, 2023, and will likely conclude March 2, 2023.

He humorously calls the event the "Mafiathon", and users are already pumped to see what this new chapter of content will bring to the streamer’s career.

Short Explanation: What Is A Subathon?

A Subathon is a popular feature on Twitch, having content creators stream for a long amount of time without going offline.

A streaming marathon, if you will, where every time a new subscriber joins, the stream time increases.

The goal and the length of the subathon can be adjusted during the event, making it dynamic and keeping viewers engaged.

Streamers often use creative methods to keep their viewers entertained and engaged during a subathon, such as holding giveaways, or hosting special guests.

This incentivizes viewers to subscribe and keep the subathon going for as long as possible.

In the case of Kai, special guests are bound to be a staple of his subathon, as even before he was well known for them before.

Twitch Subathons have become a staple of the Twitch community, with many streamers using them to reach new milestones and to interact with their audience.

They provide an opportunity for streamers to grow their channel and reach new viewers, while also providing a fun and engaging experience for their existing community.

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