- 21k Twitch Followers
- 9.6k Twitter Followers
- 1.5k Instagram Followers
- 127 Average Twitch Viewers
Join us this week on the VIDEOPODCAST as we sit down with members of the OPSEAT team and BigCheeseKIT! During this VideoPodcast, we’ll be discussing recent events that have stirred up the streaming ecosystem. We aim to discuss “Collaborating with Other Streamers and Leveraging Successful Opportunities”! BigCheeseKIT has had an explosive year since he’s been on the OPSEAT Podcast last year! Learn about the tools he’s implemented to grow, remain successful, and build lasting relationships within the gaming ecosystem!
- What might people know you best for?
- For those that may not have heard about the hype train that is BigCheeseKIT, how would you describe your stream?
- When and how did you start gaming?
- What types of games do you typically play, and why?
- How did you first get involved with Twitch?
- You’ve had an explosive year on Twitch and have been presented with many opportunities, what would you say was the most unexpected?
- It has been almost a year since the last time we talked on the OPSEAT VideoPodcast, what would you say has helped you remain most successful during this time?
- With games like Tetris, Call of Duty, Twitch Sings, Apex Legends, and Mario Maker as some of your most streamed games, how do you balance the vastly different audiences?
- Can you tell us more about your twitch team?
- We’ve seen you at events throughout the year such as Pax, TwitchCon, and E3, what were some of your favorite events to travel to and what were some of the most memorable moments from them?
- During your journey of becoming a content creator, what would you say has been the most beneficial to your success? Right place, right time, or being prepared for when those moments were presented?
- What are some tips you could give to an up and coming streamer to help them prepare for moments like raids, hosts, and sudden insurgances of growth??
- Do you feel it’s better for someone to focus their energy on high energy streams, or splitting that energy between creating content on other platforms such as twitter as well?
- What changes have you made to your channel over the year?
- Are there any “big plans” in the works that you would that either us, or anyone from your community should keep eye out for for 2020?
- Were there any hurdles that you experienced when growing your channel that you did not expect? How did you overcome them?