LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — James Holzhauer has set out to beat Ken Jennings who holds the record for the longest winning streak in ‘Jeopardy’ history.
Holzhauer, who lives in Las Vegas, returns to the popular television game Monday night after two weeks off the air. He was absent due to the show’s annual teachers tournament. Holzhauer will resume his bid to continue his winning streak in hopes of beating Jennings’ 74 game streak and $2.5 million in winnings. So far, Holzhauer has won nearly $1.7 million in 22 games.
You can follow his efforts on Twitter — #ChasingKen.
8 News Now anchor Brian Loftus has a chance to interview Holzhauer when he recently received the key to the Las Vegas Strip.