GameSkinny

Xbox Live Gamer Stallion83 Hits One Million Gamerscore

The first Xbox Live gamer to break a one million Gamerscore is Robert Cox IV also known as Stallion83.

by   

Xbox Live gamer Robert Cox IV, aka Stallion83, has finally done it! He has become the first Xbox gamer to hit One Million Gamerscore and has added more to his existing world record.

Cox has attempted to hit the one million mark for over 8 years by playing games on Xbox 360, Xbox One, Games for Windows and even games on the Windows Phone. He's finally the first person in the world with a 7 figure score.

His Gamerscore pursuit was purely as a Microsoft fan, and then his relationship with Xbox became a symbolic one. While Cox racked up his Gamerscore, Microsoft built tons of publicity by highlighting his efforts.

Microsoft even acknowledged Cox’s status by gifting him the only lifetime Xbox Live Gold subscription in existence (a card made for him in 24 carat gold) and one of the very rare white Xbox One consoles that was only given out to employees.

During his live Twitch broadcast last night, it was on the Xbox One that Cox hit the epic Gamerscore after receiving the "I Like A Challenge" Achievement for destroying a Titan as a Pilot in Titanfall.

Highlights of the record-breaking broadcast included a mix of next-gen games like Battlefield 4, Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare and even Peggle 2. After all was said and done, he unlocked a whopping 43,598 achievements! I don't know about you but I'm not even anywhere close to that!

 That's definitely earned him loads of bragging rights! Congratulations Stallion83!

Originally Published Mar. 13th 2014

Featured Columnist

I'm really just a kid in adult form. I'm a Published Author, Photographer, Artist, long time gamer of 30+ years, Activist, Singer, Dancer,... more »

Related


View All Top Videos
Comments
  • 8
    gabfran 9 months ago
    Wow seriously?? Doesn't he have a job or something?
  • 16
    Delta Squad Reaper 9 months ago
    Correspondent
    I've had Xbox Live since 2007 and finished about 100+ games (Too many to actually count) and I am only at 44k. If only they gave those out to everyone hitting one million. lol
  • 60
    Venisia Gonzalez 9 months ago
    Featured Columnist
    I hear you there, I'm the same way lol
  • 60
    Fathoms_4209 9 months ago
    Featured Columnist
    That's...uh...frightening.
  • 60
    Venisia Gonzalez 9 months ago
    Featured Columnist
    Frightening? Why?
  • 60
    Fathoms_4209 9 months ago
    Featured Columnist
    Just seems like an unhealthy amount of time invested, that's all.
  • 60
    Venisia Gonzalez 9 months ago
    Featured Columnist
    Yes but he was trying to break a world record so in that regard I can understand. He said that now he'll be catching up on A LOT of other things.
  • 60
    Fathoms_4209 9 months ago
    Featured Columnist
    One would hope. ;)

    I just don't even know how he found the time in the first place. Work? School? ...anything?
  • 60
    Venisia Gonzalez 9 months ago
    Featured Columnist
    I have no idea. For 8 years of doing it... I can't answer. I can't see holding a job but I'm happy for him. Now he can enjoy other things like fresh air and sunshine lol.
  • 29
    Unepitaphed 9 months ago
    Featured Contributor
    Wow...i've had my Xbox Live account since 2008, and I only have 42k achievement points. This guy is insane! lol
  • 60
    Venisia Gonzalez 9 months ago
    Featured Columnist
    He's definitely something. I was so excited for him last night watching that I was cheering lol :)

People are talking