Drake and Travis Scott jump on Twitch for record breaking game of 'Fortnite'

The video game streaming platform Twitch was sent into quite a tizzy, or should we say Drizzy, early Thursday morning when some of the most famous rappers in the game got together to play a friendly game of "Fortnite." As XXL reported, Drake and Travis Scott teamed up with popular Twitch gamer Ninja to take the video game streaming platform to new heights. 

At 1:30 a.m., 607,000 people watched Drake, Travis and Ninja--along with Pittsburgh Steelers star JuJu Smith-Schuster--play the popular survival game, breaking the viewer record. Some of the spectators were famous rappers themselves. Lil Yachty and Logic both chimed in on the epic session. You can watch highlights from Drake, Travis, Ninja and JuJu playing "Fortnite" above. According to the video, the viewer tally ended up breaking a million.

At one point during the game, Travis Scott references Drake’s most recent single and #1 hit “God’s Plan” when Drake had to revive his fellow rapper. Drake recently called the single “the most important thing” he has ever done. You can read more about “God’s Plan” and watch the video by following this link.