Player Reaches 1 Million Gamerscore

Earlier this week, Raymond Cox, a.k.a. Stallion83 became the first gamer to break one million Gamerscore on Xbox.

Cox has been accumulating Gamerscore points for "8 years, 3 months, 19 days" across Xbox 360, Xbox One, Games for Windows and Windows Phone. He attended the official Titanfall launch party in Austin, Texas, as Microsoft's guest with the hope of reaching the 1M milestone there but he couldn't make it until yesterday.

A full retail Xbox game is ships with 1,000 Gamerscore points with room for 750 extra points to be added through DLC.

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1,000,000 / 100 = 10,000

1,000,000 / 100 = 10,000 yup that's 10,000 points per month or 333 points per day. now say each game has an average of 1500 points that means he has played at LEAST 666 games, now say each game is £50 that's £33,300 or £333 per month on games and that's NOT indlucing MS points, given that amount of games .... I think he has spent ALMOST £100,000 .... WOW what a sad lonely bastard

ooo

Oh is that it? Thought there would be extra text explaining how he died a virgin due to over stimulation in some internet cafe after 8 years. Dang that is some serious commitment.

No life

Raymond Cox had no life for 8 years 3 months and 19 days. Some people are so incredible stupid and waste all their life on games.

It would take completing 1

It would take completing 1,000 games to 100% to achieve 1,000,000 gamer points. Knowing that there aren't even a hundred games on Xbox platforms worth playing, he'd either played singular games on multiple platforms or played a lot of truly awful shovel ware games. That's a special kind of no life. It only takes 7 years to complete a PhD full-time BTW.

Really?

Are you really comparing a guy who had to get 100% on hundreds of games spanning multiple platforms over a period of 8 years to a guy casually reading a game news site which takes up maybe 2 minutes daily? Example: I stopped playing games a good while ago but still come here just to see what's up and click on whatever grabs my eye. That guy, on the other hand, is a fucking loser beyond compare; he could've done something worthwhile, learned something, created something, be a man, but he decided to hide away behind false achievements and temporary pleasures. If he ever realizes what he's truly done with his life so far, he'll kill himself.

lol

you do know the guy has a girlfriend, a job etc like the rest of us (he was on the xbox one launch video with his gf), still if this is what makes him happy then all the power to him. you on the other hand sound bitter, how about you go get a life instead of bitching on a gaming site.

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