Videopodcast 25: Zeenigami on coaching and streaming mobile games

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Videopodcast 25: Zeenigami

Zeenigami Stats

6k Twitter followers
33k followers on Twitch
120 average viewers
48K youtube subscribers

The famous One Piece Treasure Cruise Streamer Zeenigami stops by and talks with the OPSEAT Team about his experiences over the last 5 years streaming on Twitch and posting videos to Youtube. We discuss being one of the first well known Treasure Cruise streamers, creating a program to coach others to stream, and useful knowledge he’s picked up along the way. Join us, as Zeenigami gives us a rare view at what it takes to create comedic content and maintain his knowledge base for a game that isn’t even in his native language.

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Important Links

https://www.twitch.tv/zeenigami

http://www.twinge.tv/zeenigami

https://twitter.com/zeenigamitv

https://www.zeenigami.com/

Video Questions

Tell us who you are and a little about yourself. ( Tag, name, age, where you’re from, something unique about you)
When and how did you start gaming?
How did you first get involved with Twitch, and even youtube? What came first?
We’ve noticed that you’re a big Advocate for the One Piece mobile game. What made you decide to start streaming this?
For those that are listening in on this podcast and aren’t aware of this game, are you able to provide us with some general information about it, is it hard to get into? I.e. Do you need to know the ins and outs of the One Piece Anime to enjoy it?
What was the initial reaction when you started streaming One Piece? Was the game an instant hit to your audience or did it take some getting used too?
Are there any elements in this game that you use to interact with your audience off of Twitch? Like a guild or a clan?
Does your audience ever dictate the direction that you should take your stream, and if so how much of your current content is a result of your audiences feedback? Do you have any examples?
Are there any technical hurdles that you encountered when starting to stream mobile games, and if so what did you have to do to overcome them?
If someone from the community wanted to try producing content with Mobile games, are there any tips and tricks that you would recommend? Perhaps a an app that lets you capture and stream both the video and audio from your Mobile device directly to your PC?
If someone from your community wanted to start streaming on Twitch as a variety streamer, are there any tips that you would recommend that could help them out when starting their channel?
Perhaps someone from your community would like to strictly make One Piece content over on Youtube. What would you recommend here?
Youtube and Twitch are two very different monsters cut from the same cloth, and because of this there are different ways to grow in each platform. What would you say is the best way for any inspiring youtubers to get their channel noticed?
Running a successful channel and community is a lot of work. Do you use any proprietary software or even hardware that a typical PC or console streamer doesn’t use that helps you keep things running smoothly?
There really aren’t many other streamers that stream this awesome game, why do you think that is? Could it be because your community already offers what most would be looking for, or perhaps the difficulty of becoming a mobile streamer on top of the typical challenges an Average Twitch streamer encounters?
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?
We noticed you’ve created a mentorship program to help guide other content creators, what inspired you to create this?
You seem to have a very active community that clip a lot of great moments on your channel. Do any of these clippable moments stand out to you, and why?
During your journey of becoming a content creator, 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?
Were there any hurdles that you experienced when growing your channel that you did not expect? How did you overcome them?
Besides your OPSEAT, what would you say your favorite peripheral is that you use on a day to day basis with your channel?