The initially player in the globe to attain the level cap of 60 in Globe of Warcraft Classic is 22 year old Jokerd from Malta who managed it on his Gnome Mage.
Streaming his victorious accomplishment, Jokerd hit the level cap right after 3 days and seven hours, beating pro-Globe of Warcraft guilds such as Technique who have been also racing to the maximum level.
You can watch the final stream right here, exactly where he reaches level 60 (about the 18 hour, 18 minute mark).
After reaching his goal he teleported to the human capital of Stormwind where he was greeted by an impromptu parade, full of shouts of praise and kneeling players all there to praise Jokerd’s achievement of hitting world first for this new version of an old game.
Jokerd played on the European server of Mograine, playing mostly solo where he focused tagging and taking down tightly packed groups of mobs using area of effect spells, something that Mages are extremely capable of doing. He also utilised a way of skipping between different ‘layers’, concurrent instances of the same world all sharing the same space, in order to locate mobs that had respawned to save time. Jokerd addressed any concerns that this was a cheat, as it only saved ‘1-1.5 hours’ by utilising this approach.
According to Dotesports an accusation of account sharing has been levied at Jokerd by esports group Technique, on the other hand, there does not seem to be any proof supporting this claim at this time. Jokerd, of course, denies this claim.
Hitting level 60 hasn’t been the only achievement more than the weekend for Globe of Warcraft Classic, the most renowned raid in the game, Molten Core, has also been beaten by a guild referred to as <APES>. You can verify out a clip of the profitable moment right here.
Globe of Warcraft Classic has lately launched effectively, and in spite of some queueing for some realms, it has been a largely smooth launch of the game.