Xbox gamer breaks 1 million Gamerscore playing Titanfall, vows to watch TV

Ray "Stallion83" Cox was playing Titanfall Wednesday night when he did it, after eight years of work. The Guinness World Record holder for highest Gamerscore now has more than 1 million points on Xbox Live.

Guinness certified Cox in 2009. The organization re-certified him in 2010, when he'd banked 511,342 points. He passed 700,000 in 2012 on his way to 1 million. Last night, as he was playing Respawn Entertainment's Titanfall and broadcasting it on his Twitch channel, he passed the 1 million mark.

Cox's dedication hasn't gone unnoticed by Microsoft, which presented him with a lifetime Xbox Live Gold membership last November. Earlier today, Larry "Major Nelson" Hryb congratulated Cox "on behalf of the entire @Xbox team."

What's up next for Cox, now that he's achieved his goal? He took to Twitter last night with a preview.

"I can finally watch TV and movies again!" he wrote. "You'll sacrifice everything if you want it bad enough."

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