Wednesday, November 19, 2014
Utah Resident, Vivint Employee Sets Guinness World Record
Provo, Utah-based Vivint said today that one of its employees--thanks to a promotion from videogame developer Ubisoft--has just set a Guinness World Record, for playing the "Highest Altitude Videogame Console Session." Vivint said that Will Cruz, who is a staffing supervisor at Vivint's call center, played a game of Far Cry 4 at an elevation of 18,569 feet. Cruz won the chance to set the record after submitting a video of himself climbing Utah's King's Peak.