AUSTRALIA has beaten Italy to become the first country to be awarded a world record on skateboarding’s popularity, with the KPMB team from Sydney scoring a staggering 84.5% on a video game in its bid to become Australia’s most popular skater.
Key points:Aussie team KPME scored 84.55% on its skateboarding game, a record in the worldAn Australian skateboarder has won the world recordKPMG says Australia’s record score of 84.45% is the highest ever scored in an online gameThe record is held by an Australian skateboardinger, who had previously scored 84% on his own skateboarding gamesAn Australian skater’s score of 83.97% is also the highest score recorded in an offline gameKPMB said its score on the video game was “unbelievably close” to the highest recorded score on its games.
Australia’s score, achieved in just over 10 minutes on a game called “Krambles”, is the second highest recorded in a video-game score in Australia.
The Australian team scored a total of 84,058,079 points on its video-gaming session at the Skatepark at the Royal Botanic Gardens in Sydney on Friday.
The video game, called Krambles, uses a “virtual reality” model and features more than 20 skateboards.
The score is in keeping with the current trend for video games in Australia, with a record number of people playing video games on computers this year, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics.
It is also likely to raise eyebrows with some skaters, who are also among the top scorers in the sport.
Skateboarding is one of the fastest growing video-games genres in Australia and is growing at an impressive rate, with more than 80 million people playing the game online.
The number of games in Australian stores rose to 5.2 million in the month to October, according a KPMF study.
The SkatePark at the Botanic Garden, Sydney, has been used for skateboarding sessions for the last five years.
The company says the Kramples skateboarding score was achieved using the latest in VR technology.
“This video game is a testament to the power of virtual reality,” KPMI managing director John Moulden said.
“It has been tested by an expert VR expert, and we believe it meets the high standards that are required to be considered as a real world score.”
The result is truly incredible, and is the best ever recorded score in an arcade-style game.
“We are excited that it has been captured on video-playable devices, and look forward to playing the score with all of our colleagues from the industry at the Australian skate industry’s premier skate park.”KPMF said its results show that skateboarding is “one of the most popular genres of video games” in Australia as well as in the rest of the world.
“In terms of popularity, this is the fastest-growing video-based genre in Australia,” the report said.”[The skateboarding] game is the most-played genre in the country with more players playing it than the rest.”
Australian skateboarders have been playing the video-board game at the KAMM Skateboard Park in Sydney for the past five years, with an average of four players playing a session a week.
In total, more than 10,000 people are currently playing the KAMP Skate Park’s skateboard game.
The average score is currently 86.35%.
The Australian skateboards team’s record on the game comes as a result of a record-breaking session last year in Sydney, with scores of 83,97,83,78,76 and 77.77.
A record score has been scored for Australia’s skateboarding team on the Kampool game.KPMI’s “KAMM” Skate park in Sydney has been using the Kamps skateboard to record scores on its virtual reality game for five yearsThe score was recorded in about 10 minutes, while the average session takes an average session of just over four minutes.
Australian skateboarding scores have grown steadily in recent years, which has led to the average skateboard player playing games at least six times a year.