When it comes to the classic puzzle game Tetris, Jonas Neubauer is well known as being on the top players ever.

He has several Championships under his belt from the Classic Tetris World Championship (CTWC), but he recently hit a world record in the game… accidentally.

While streaming live on Twitch, Neubauer had set out to clear 100 lines the quickest. However, the challenge overtook him at 79 lines and he conceded defeat. Upon finishing the set, the chat was buzzing as he coincidentally achieved a 300,000 score the fastest ever.

“OH WHAT!! WHAT!! LET’S GO! You kidding me? Accidental world record?” he screams, before exiting the room.

Watch the video above to see his record-breaking game.