The contestant of Pasapalabra Pablo Díaz has achieved a new record. If last July was raised with the Rosco of the Atresmedia program, he has now become the fastest player in the world in the Super Mario Run videogame (2016).
This Canarian composer based in Madrid used 17 minutes and 58 seconds to spend all the screens of the Mario Bros videogame in his mobile version. Pablo Díaz reduced the previous world record in eleven seconds.
It was the protagonist himself who communicated his new feat through social networks where he usually writes comments about music, literature, politics and day to day his own life. In fact, in a recent interview in the world he confessed that his dream would be "studying a master of music composition for videogames in the US. It's like composing for cinema".
During this historic television moment, with a minute of gold that reached 4,348,000 million viewers (30.3%), the contestant when completing the Rosco embraced the presenter Roberto Leal and was literally speechless by emotion .
Later, he expressed: "I've been preparing for this for a long time, it's harder than an opposition." Tenerife has become the first participant who has won the Rosco and has participated in both the programs issued by antenna 3 and in Telecinco (50).
In a recent public mirror interview with Susanna GRISO, Pablo Díaz confessed that the award cattle in Pasapalabra has paid "about 800,000 euros" in taxes, 43% of the boat. "The first thing I bought was a nitting 64 and a nitting switch," he added. He also plans to save part of the prize to help the parents of him and to buy a house in the Spanish capital.Updated Date: 25 November 2021, 07:47