11 months ago
It goes without saying, we live in the era of live streaming. Literally everyone can become the broadcaster, so the question of views becomes a hot topic. But how not to get lost in that amount of streamers? As of recent, there’s been a huge splash of novice streamers on all possible websites as it’s believed to be the easiest way to earn a living.
You can live stream whatever you want – from your DIY tutorials to vlogs. Currently, Twitch is the biggest platform hosting streamers who not only play online games in real time, but also comment on their actions. The Typical Student team previously told you about How UK Students Educate Each Other by Doing Homework on YouTube.
What the Heck Is Twitch?
In case you're still living under the rock, Twitch is the live video streaming website which attracts a lot of gamers, craft-lovers. In general almost two million broadcasters monthly. But we shouldn't forget that it became popular only recently as the rush of new streamers flooded the platform. The first streamers faced a lot of difficulties before finally becoming popular. John Hopstad was among the first to show his gaming skills on twitch. According to his words, it's better to die publically in the game, than playing silently by yourself. Though if you think that he gained a lot of views from the very beginning you will be absolutely wrong. For almost 5 years he streamed his videos for nobody.
How to Become a Popular Twitch Streamer?
Veteran streamers usually follow some of the following tips to be head and shoulders above the others.
Though even if you follow all these tips it won't make you number one on twitch platform. Don't forget people always check the most viewable ones.
Downsides of the Streaming Career
Nowadays if you want to start a career of a twitch live streamer you will have to be ready for any difficulties.
At first, it seems incredibly difficult to become a twitch number one streamer. But be sure after several years of struggle you'll be able to find your little audience.
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