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It’s currently 3:44 AM. Been having a pretty rough night. Actually been thinking about Twitch a lot. Just because I haven’t done it in so long maybe in six, seven months now; just because I kind of given up on it, was doing other things.
But I’ve been thinking about it a lot and it’s affecting me emotionally because I remember so much fun I had. But I don’t know, I’m just gonna say whatever I want in this video. I already know nobody’s gonna watch this so I’m pretty much just gonna speak freely. If you happen to watch it, then, hey.
But I just want to talk just so I have all this on record that Twitch is a very dangerous place. And I’m not discrediting the company at all because it’s a very good thing for gamers, I love gaming, it’s what I do.
But it’s a very dangerous place on your life when you’re trying to come up and I’m gonna explain a couple reasons why.
Number one; when you’re trying to become a streamer, after three years I only have around 6,000 followers, after three years and that’s going hard for three years, it’s going real hard, it’s going very hard, it’s going active five days a week, seven hour streams, doing multiple different things to try and stand out and so many different things. Um…
But it takes over your life because when you’re trying to make it as a full-time streamer and you want to do it full-time because the goal is to make it on Twitch so you can make enough money to where you can do it full-time, you don’t want to – you don’t have to have a real job and juggle a real job and doing the full-time streaming which I’m telling you right now it’s impossible. Don’t even attempt to do it, don’t even attempt.
Don’t attempt to do full-time streaming five days a week and have a full-time job, bro, because you’re gonna lose your life.
You’re gonna lose your girlfriend like I did.
You’re gonna lose all your friends like I did because you’re constantly in the house, playing the game, trying to be there at the right place at the right time, trying to get your face out there because if you don’t stream nobody sees you. And uh…
And after three years, and after three years of streaming full-time uh, you know, I had a lot of good times, but at the end of the day, bro, it’s like you – some people just don’t make it, bro.
Some people just don’t make it. Some people just – just don’t get there, man. And no matter what you do like you never get hosted, you always stay at the bottom. You know –
I’ve asked my friends, I’ve asked them, and I apologize for getting emotional about the subject, it does make me emotional because gaming is something that I love to do, it’s my life, bro.
I was homeschooled my whole life. Pretty much my entire childhood was like doing a little book – doing a little classroom book and then playing video games for the rest of the day, it’s been my entire life.
So when I found out that I could make it a career, it was overjoying.
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And it’s just – sorry, I got a little confused for a second, I apologize.
But after – it took – it takes over your life and there’s a facade of it, you just stream organically, stream organically and people are gonna come, but people don’t come, bro. 400 people aren’t gonna pop in your stream. And then trust me, I know after four years, dude. The only way that’s gonna happen is for you to get hosted. If you get hosted or if you’re in the right place at the right time then it’ll happen.
But for most people it doesn’t happen, bro. It doesn’t happen.
And it didn’t happen for me. And I couldn’t see, I couldn’t let my life go down destruction anymore. And if you want to see where my life has gone, I’m just gonna give you a preview here.
You can just take a look at my room. It’s pretty bad. There’s my green screen over there, my mic is over there, kind of put it down.
But this is where my life has taken me; alone, no girlfriend, no friends, nothing, just nothing because I devoted so much time streaming and staying in the house and playing video games.
Let me just say that way, staying in the house and playing video games, thinking that’s actually gonna get me somewhere and give me a career and make me a substantial amount of money to where I won’t have to work at my real job.
And that’s another thing, when you’re trying to be a full-time streaming and you have a real job, you’re gonna constantly be at your real job wonder like hating it, you’re gonna start hating your real job because you’re gonna be there and you’re gonna be like, man, I really don’t want to do this job, I just want to stream. I want to be home, I want to be interacting with people, I wanna be playing the game that I love. I don’t want to be sitting here, putting money in some fat-asses pockets just so you could get laid off, what just happen to me multiple times since I’ve been streaming, I’ve gotten laid off before it.
And right now I’m just currently a biker. I deliver food on a bike and it’s okay. But you know it’s not what I wanted to do but what else can I do? You know.
But streaming pretty much got me to this point simply because I’ve focused on it too much and I let a lot of things pass me by, thinking that if I keep streaming like everyone says like, you should just keep doing it, just keep doing it, you’re organically get people to listen, bro. Like I said, 400 people aren’t gonna randomly come in your stream, bro. There’s no way for that to happen unless you really know somebody.
But I can just tell you that I have done multiple things within these three years to try and get there. I’ve tried, I’ve built friendships, I’ve did all the things that people said.
Be on at this time, be there when a game first comes out. None of that shit works, dude, none of it works. Your stream is always at the bottom, nobody sees you and you just don’t get anywhere, man.
But all of that stuff isn’t wide and make it and I don’t blame any of that, I just blame – I blame myself, I blame something – I blame – I just blame giving it too much time.
I should have done it a lot more casually. I shouldn’t devoted so much time to it and let my life get like this. You know. I should have never – should have never let my life get like this, man, should’ve never let it happen. But I did and I blame myself for it.
So if you guys can – nobody’s gonna fucking watch this, but just so the one though, the few people that do watch this video, don’t let your life get like this.
Don’t devote so much time in the streaming, have a life, get a girlfriend, go out, have fun. Don’t be me, man, don’t be me.
Like I said, I apologize about getting emotional about the subject, matter, but it’s a very emotional thing for me.
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So when you ask me, like my friends do sometimes, why I stopped screaming, bro, this is pretty much why. Because I let my life get to this point thinking that someday something will happen.
After three years and only 6000 followers and trying multiple different things, playing multiple different games, multiple popular games, multiple not popular games, being there on releases, just doing so many different things and nothing has worked.
And I’ve given up and I refuse to let my life get any worse than it already is.
So that’s pretty much all I wanted to say and that’s it.
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