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Arsenal fan smashes world record by playing FIFA 15 for almost 48 HOURS

Chris Cook from Birmingham beat record held by Canadians Jordan Bloemen and Scott Francis Winder set in August 2012

 

A dad-of-two has broken the record for playing the longest marathon football video game - by playing FIFA 15 non-stop for nearly 48 hours.

 

Chris Cook will appear in the Guinness World Records 2016 Gamer’s Edition next week after spending 47 hours, 19 minutes and 41 seconds playing football simulation video game FIFA 15 at a gaming cafe.

 

The 34-year-old completed his epic marathon at Loading Bar in Dalston, London, breaking the previous record of 47 hours and five minutes held by Canadians Jordan Bloemen and Scott Francis Winder set in August 2012.

 

Chris, a die-hard Arsenal fan, said: “I think I could have gone on for longer, but you need a support team around you.

 

“And by 9pm on the night, some of mine were needing buses to get home.

 

“People who might think they can break records don’t take into account the amount of administration and paperwork involved.

 

“My eyes were all right but, in the end, it was hard work.

 

“If someone else breaks my record in the future, I don’t know whether I would try to challenge it.”

 

The investment services agent, of Selly Oak, Birmingham, attempted the record to raise money for the charity SpecialEffect, which enables those with disabilities to enjoy video games.

 

The dad added: “I have absolutely no issue with children playing video games as long as the parents are responsible enough.

 

“A lot of the media are quick to point the blame at the gaming world whenever something bad happens.

 

“But at the end of the day it is parents’ responsibilities to monitor their children, and what and when they play.

 

“Gaming can be used to do an awful lot of good, but that’s often overlooked for more sensationalist headlines.”

 

Stephen Daultrey, the editor of the Guinness Book of Records, said: “This year’s edition is packed full of incredible feats that show the sheer scale and diversity of the gaming industry and its fans.

 

“It is a fantastic collection of records and features media superstars, e-sports champs and the developers themselves, who continue to make great, bounding strides with their creativity, technical prowess and innovative titles.

 

“Whether you’re a hardcore or novice gamer, the book is guaranteed to entertain with its range of trivia, facts and stats.”

 

Chris told how he had “always wanted” to tackle a gaming marathon.

 

The gaming fanatic, who has played every FIFA video game since its conception in 1993, said: “I think, since I was a kid really, I had always wanted to do something like this.

 

“I wanted to try something like that and then I had this idea to see how long I could play FIFA for in one go.

 

“It was always going to be for charity.

 

“I was a writer for a gaming website up until March this year when I was made redundant. "While I was there, I really looked at this seriously and made arrangements.”

 

And the father-of-two took on the mammoth challenge in November last year but only recently discovered he broke the record.

 

“It had to be a public venue and luckily my mate runs this gaming bar down in London.

 

“It was on X-Box One, which I am used to playing. I have played Playstation and other consoles before but I prefer X-Box.

 

“And I like Fifa, I have played every FIFA since the first one.”

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