What You Stream: (Examples: Speedrunning (what games), Variety Streamer, League of Legends, CS:GO, etc.)
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I’ll be going through the submissions and choosing one to two per week! I’ll typically be looking for streamers that have less than 2,000 followers, but on occasion ill make some exceptions! I’m excited to see how you guys are streaming big, and I’m looking forward to showcasing some new streamers!
Today's Featured Streamer: Kaysick
What do you Stream?
Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate, Splatoon, and occasionally other Nintendo games
When You Typically Stream
Monday - Friday starting around 12 PM CST/CDT
Highlight of You Streaming Big
Article on Streambig.net that has helped you out the most and why?
Mindset = Everything
In the time that I've been streaming, I wish I was able to read this within the first few months. When I first started streaming, having 0 viewers over a few weeks and a few months was definitely affecting me. The reason was because I had my dashboard open on my other monitor and I would look at it way more than I do now. I know better now and a low view count never stops me from having fun.
One of the hardest things I had to do was to stop comparing myself to others. I would compare myself to my friends who had more follows than me, big name streamers who have been streaming way longer than I, and others inside the game directory. I would never talk about it on or off stream, but it definitely put me down. Over about 10 months of streaming I finally realized that every stream grows differently and I had to stop worrying about everyone else. I started going to other streams that were bigger than I and learning about what they were doing right. I even made friends out of them too and they've helped me out when I ask them questions.
I think one of the biggest pieces of advice any streamer can give is "just keep streaming". I definitely learned that within the past 3 months and I wish I knew that almost a year ago. I would only have 2-4 hour stream sessions and now I go upwards of 8 hours and I love every minute of it. That one person that can come into your stream just because you played one more match or did one more run can be a long time viewer. Patience is key to streaming; one day you can have amazing progress and others not so much. Just keep going at it and you'll see results.
Your Elevator Pitch
I have been playing video games for almost 17 years and I have been streaming since April 2014. I currently focus on games released on Nintendo consoles since they were always a part of my childhood. I am also a competitive Super Smash Brothers player and my competitive side can show when I play Splatoon. The community I have created calls me humble, caring, and friendly. I stream to create a fun, laid back, and constructive environment for my viewers. You should come check me out if you enjoy an upbeat and welcoming stream!