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Today we are joined by Gooperatives, partnered twitch streamer and mental health advocate. Gooperative talks us through his journey of incorporating a safe haven for discussion on mental health and gaming. Warframe, streaming, and building an open community has helped nurture a loving environment that welcomes all. Join us, as we listen to the personal triumphs and insights that Gooperatives shares with us today.
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Tell us who you are and a little about yourself.
When and how did you start gaming?
Out of these experiences which would you say most shaped you into who you are today?
What inspired you to become a Twitch streamer?
What made you decide to make Twitch your main platform, opposed to another Platform such as Mixer or YouTube?
Tell us about your journey as a Twitch streamer. Did you find it easy, and where there any challenges that you faced along the way that you did not expect?
We saw that you play a plethora of different games on your stream. Have you noticed if your community changes at all depending on the type of game you’re playing(who watches, their reactions etc)
Your stream focuses heavily on mental health and we applaud that. What made you want to focus so heavily on this area, and make people aware?
What made you realize that you could start streaming and creating content full time?
Does your audience ever dictate the direction that you should take your stream and Youtube channel, and if so how much of your current content is a result of your audiences feedback? Do you have any examples?
Tell us more about your journey through becoming a content creator. Did you ever think that you would be able to beat the odds and gain as much success as you did?
During your journey on Twitch what would you say your most memorable moment has been?
What would you say your biggest accomplishment as a twitch streamer has been so far?
We noticed that you play a lot of Warframe on your channel. What about this game keeps drawing you back in for more?
If someone from your community wanted to start a channel of their own, be it for Warframe or another game. What advice would you give them, and are there any common mistakes that you think they should watch out for?
Do you have any interesting projects coming up in the future, that we or your community should look out for?
Were there any hurdles that you experienced when growing your channel that you did not expect? How did you overcome them?
We recently met up with you at Twitchcon, how was the event from a content creators perspective?
Was your goal of Twitchcon to connect with your fans, or other brands to help grow your stream?
Besides your OPSEAT, what would you say your favorite peripheral is that you use on a day to day basis with your channel?