A true Twitch star, the streamer Amaranth for several years has ought together thousands of followers on the Amazon platform.
So Kaitlyn Michelle Syracuse (real name) recently positioned herself as the most assisted female streamer.
The content creator has many plans and is invited to several talk shows to talk about them.
Present in the fullsquadgaming podcast last month, she commented on the twitch and her, sometimes unjustified banishment policies, she said, and on top of that advised those who want to pursue a career in the area not to enter the platform.
Twitch really doesn’t encourage discovery
It all happened during Fox 26 Houston Behind the Screen.
Asked about her Twitch earnings, the host asked, If anyone wanted to start on Twitch, what advice would you give?
A question that Amaranth answered clearly: If you want to start doing Lives, don’t start on the Amazon platform.
Streamer, therefore, advises beginner eeders to gather a user community through various other networks before transmitting on Twitch.
According to her, the platform does not allow small eeders to be actually presented, so many talents are never discovered.
A reanding that works
It was on Twitch and OnlyFans that Amaranth started his career as a content creator.
Having greatly contributed to the addition of Hot-Tub as its own category of the platform, it forged a true empire over the years.
Now Kaitlyn has decided to do a reanding, that is, dramatically change the kind of content she produces.
Last November, she transmitted more Overwatch 2 than whirlpools, which totaled only 10% of her transmissions during the month.
In addition to oadcasting various games, Kaitlyn also wants to produce content about her great passion: animals.
Who knows what Amaranth reserves for his community in the future?
One thing is certain, she’s ready to totally devote herself to this.