Drake broke records Wednesday as he teamed up with top Fortnite player Ninja to play the co-op sandbox survival game, which was streamed live via Twitch.
The Canadian rapper took to Twitter to announce the battle was taking place, so it’s hardly surprising that more than 600,000 people tuned in to watch the pair play.
The competitive duo, who are thought to have bagged the biggest audience for a personal, non-tournament stream, were later joined by Travis Scott and NFL player JuJu Smith-Schuster.
According to the BBC, Drake told fans he’d been playing Fortnite for a couple of months in between recording new music.
The star also revealed he’s been a fan of Ninja, a.k.a. Tyler Blevins, for a while.
Wednesday’s game saw the pair team up for a game of “Duo”, which consists of 50 teams of two taking each other on. The last team standing wins.
Unsurprisingly, the collaboration got quite the reaction on social media, with many Twitter users sharing memes and GIFs to celebrate the occasion.
See some of the responses below: