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World of Warcraft Streamer Already Hit Level 120

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Whenever a new World of Warcraft expansion launches, there are always some players who race through the leveling process in an attempt to be one of the first players in the world to reach max level. Although that task isn't for everyone, it's still pretty exciting to watch. Battle for Azeroth has been no different, and some very dedicated streamers have already started hitting 120.

Gingi, a popular World of Warcraft streamer and member of Method, raced through the content late last night and hit max level in under five hours. Many players put in that amount of time last night and barely made it halfway to level 112, but Gingi had a plan and stuck to it.

Here's a look at the moment he hit 120 from the launch day stream...

The streamer had the help of a few friends and the group concentrated on running through a high number of quests on the fastest route possible. Some players still insist that dungeons are the best route to power leveling, but the evidence seems to prove that theory wrong time and time again.

Considering these kinds of impressive feats, it's no surprise that World of Warcraft is currently the most popular game on Twitch today.

Check back for more updates and guides as we continue to explore the new Battle for Azeroth content. Until then, For the Horde!

World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth is currently available in select regions on Android and iOS devices.

Source: Twitch

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