- 25.6k Twitch Followers
- 4.2k Twitter Followers
- 9k Youtube Subscribers
- 305 Average Twitch Viewers
Join us this week on the VIDEOPODCAST as we sit down with members of the OPSEAT team and Ninja614! During this VideoPodcast, we’ll be discussing recent events that have stirred up the streaming ecosystem. We aim to discuss “Finding Your Directory and Avoiding Burnout”! Ninja614 has found an incredible amount of success dominating the Elder Scrolls Online directory on Twitch. Learn how he’s maintained his passion streaming his favorite game, and entertaining his audience for years in the same directory!
- What might people know you best for?
- How did you get your start streaming?
- You’ve previously been on the podcast before, what would you say has changed since the last time?
- With even more experience under your belt now, what do you think is one of the most important lessons to learn for any content creator?
- With 2020 kicking off, do you have any big plans for this upcoming year?
- Do you think it’s better to be in a smaller directory and grow with it or try and catch the momentum of a larger directory?
- Even now, Elder Scrolls Online remains a priority on your channel. How do you avoid burnout playing the same game?
- You have amassed a massive audience and community, do you feel like it’s typically the same people day in and day out, or is there typically a revolving door effect of new and old viewers?
- With alternate platforms such as Twitch, Youtube, Mixer, and even facebook gaming gaining steam since the last time we talked, what keeps you streaming on Twitch?
- What would you say is the number one benefit of being a Twitch streamer?
- What can you tell me about that journey and how you’ve retained/keep your audience interested?
- If you had to pick any other game besides ESO, what would it be??
- With features being rolled out on Twitch such as squad streaming, the updated dashboard, bounties, and channel points, how do you feel they play?
- How does your game or its audience impact what you do?
- What would you tell someone who wants to try and get involved with creating content with ESO?
- Have you implemented any new strategies since the last time you were on the OPSEAT podcast?
- Would you ever switch platforms if presented the opportunity again?
- What’s your opinion on the current state streaming as profession?
- What advice can you give someone trying to become a Twitch streamer?
- Where do you go to learn more about what you do?
- What is your favorite accomplishment doing what you do?
- Over the years there are bound to be things that don’t go the way you had hoped. If you don’t mind sharing, what has been your biggest or most memorable failure or learning experience in your path as an online personality?