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Speedrun in – streamer has set a record for pumping to level 50

Streamer DesMephisto has set the record for leveling a Horde character in World of Warcraft: Shadowlands pre-patch from level 10 to 50. He spent only 5 hours and 35 minutes on it. DesMephisto is nine minutes ahead of the past record holder Harldan, who previously published a guide for leveling a character for the Horde.

The streamer got level 15 thanks to the starting chain of the Warlords of Draenor expansion. Then he moved to the location of Silverpine Forest. In it, he played from 15th to 30th level. After that, DesMephisto went to the Hillsbrad Foothills, where due to the large number of rare mobs, he gained ten more levels. The streamer took the last ten levels in the locations of Warlords of Draenor: five levels each in Gorgrond and Spiers of Arak.

DesMephisto later announced that he set his own record for leveling a character to level 50 for the Alliance. It took the streamer 5 hours and 49 minutes. For DesMephisto, this is the 69th hero to the maximum level in the Shadowlands prepatch.

World of Warcraft: Shadowlands will be released on November 24 at 2:00 Moscow time. Blizzard thanked the users who supported the studio after the release was postponed, and said that now the work on the game will be completed on time.

Mastercard has become the most popular brand on Worlds 2020 broadcasts

The international payment system Mastercard turned out to be the most popular brand on the broadcast of the second game day of the 2020 World Championship in League of Legends. The portal Esports Charts told about it.

The site has conducted research on brand integrations in the official Twitch championship broadcast. The following companies were represented within the selected broadcast: Alienware, AX, BOSE, CISCO, Mastercard, Mercedes, OPPO, Red Bull, Secretlab, Spotify and State Farm.

Mastercard sponsored a graph of the difference in gold earned by the teams. At the end of 8 hours 38 minutes of airtime, the brand’s show time was 1 hour 21 minutes, or 15.6%. The total viewing time of the game day was 2.057 million hours. Mastercard also has the most time in relation to this indicator: 402 thousand hours, or 18.3% of the total HW (Hours Watched) figure.

It should be noted that Mastercard’s leadership is largely due to the fact that the brand’s logo was shown to viewers right during matches. Such integrations are popular on the broadcasts of American sports leagues such as the NBA, NHL, and NFL.