Twitch Streamer iiTzTimmy Has Broken An Apex Legends World Record

He managed an astonishing score, but still wasn't happy!

February 18, 2021

iiTZTimmy, a well known Apex Legends streamer has broken the world record for the amount of damage dealt in a single game. Check out the tweet below showing the insane score.

iiTzTimmy Sets Apex Legends World Record

The popular streamer didn’t simply set a new world record, he racked up a total of 24 kills in one game and carried his team to victory. This all went down during one of iiTzTimmy’s streams on February 17. Timmy managed to deal a whopping nine thousand and sixty-nine damage score during his trios game. For those that may not have played a Battle Royale game, the time-to-kill is much slower than the normal multiplayer FPS like Call of Duty. Players are able to shield up and regen health, meaning gunfights can be long and hard-fought. Players will often aim for a high damage score as well as the usual high kill count.


The game even features a reward in the form of an in-game badge if you manage to secure over two thousand damage in a single game. This goes to show that if you can be rewarded for racking up two thousand damage, how in the world did Timmy score over nine thousand?!

Timmy must have competitiveness coursing through his veins, as he still felt he could have done better than the nine thousand score. After the game Timmy said:

“I could have gotten the 10k man, I really could of.”

I’m sure that if any casual player like myself scored over nine thousand damage, we’d be screaming until red in the face. But iiTzTimmy has his eyes set on the big 10k, so make sure to keep an eye on his streams to see if he pulls it off.

Who Is iiTzTimmy?

Timmy ‘iiTzTimmy’ An is an American Twitch streamer. Timmy often streams a variety of games, but most prominently plays Apex Legends. The twenty-year-old has amassed over two hundred and fifty thousand followers on Twitch.

What Is Apex Legends?

Developed by Respawn Entertainment, Apex Legends is a free-to-play FPS Battle Royale. Launched in 2019, the FPS title has built up a large player count and was immediately seen as the next big esports game.

Kyle Knight

Kyle (He/Him) is a Film and TV graduate from Coventry. He's a PC enthusiast with a not so enthusiastic PC and is all about triple-A titles!

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