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So, this article was kind of interesting and made me think, “Say what? Clearly I am not in the right business.”

What do I need to do to sign up for this racket? Not that it is illegal. It is all above board, but the it is definitely a racket.

It seems that most top streamers don’t reveal exactly how much they make while doing it. This article was written based on one of them making a mistake and revealing the earnings inadvertently. As such, we get a glimpse behind the curtain and see that this top streamer is pulling down somewhere around $170k a month. That is some serious coin.

Throw in some sponsorships and other contracts and there is a serious flood of cash getting deposited into accounts across the globe.

All from creating content by streaming games and other stuff for people to watch. People watch.


I wonder how hard it is to get started. Obviously, the key is to getting people to follow you and watch you. Anyone know of an instruction manual to get set up?


  1. The Hinoeuma · December 29, 2020

    Well, being a sexy young female helps. And, keep in mind, the numbers she makes, she has to provide kickbacks to those that “sponsor” her. Plus, whatever state she is living in, TAXES. Plus, I guarantee she pisses away a lot of it on “things.” She might be the flavor of 2020 but, I wonder what she will be in the next year or two years from now.


    • backuphill · December 29, 2020

      I am sure that showing the “assets” helps, even if the monetary ones aren’t fully disclosed. As far as kickback, well, that may or may not happen but flavor of the month is tough to maintain so I am sure there is a lot of energy involved with that. Oh, and the taxes, no one escapes those!

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