- 10,218 Twitch followers
- 188.6k Twitch views
- 6.84k Twitter followers
- 108 average viewers on Twitch
- 1.5k Subscribers on Youtube
Today we are joined by Gothixmodel, a twitch partner, discord partner, and a horror game aficionado. Gothix will be featured on twitch’s homepage for Woman’s month as a shining example of what it means to be a ‘female streamer’ in 2019. Her experience as a content creator turned streamer and full time entertainer is worthy of mention. Her method of streaming is a-typical to the stereo types of twitch in that she games with heart while also spending a great amount of time engaging with the community, making skits, and being her genuine infectiously positive self. Come listen to the story of a woman who quit her job, became a full time streamer, and has helped share her knowledge of success with anyone willing to listen. This, is Gothixmodel.
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- You have had a really strong 2019 so far. How’s it going on your end?
- How has becoming a Twitch partnered streamer impacted your contents performance?
- That’s exciting to hear. For a lot of people listening becoming a twitch partnered streamer is a huge goal of theirs. But let’s go back for a moment and get some context for people.
- When and how did you first start playing video games?
- How did your online content creation begin? I see your Youtube is nearly 10 years old but you took nearly a 7 year hiatus. What can you tell me about this journey from first video to an active content creator.
- What was your ‘aha moment’ in knowing you could keep playing games instead of getting a traditional job?
- A lot of your content is in the ‘just chatting’ category. You do often play games but your entertainment value exceeds just the games themselves. This can take form of entertaining sketches all the way to informative tutorials. How does this form of twitch streaming change the way that you approach the platform as compared to a dedicated esports competitor or someone similar?
- In the end of the day this is a business. You need to be able to continue your progress. Without getting into specifics of your income what can you discuss with us about the business of streaming. How has the environment of donations, to subs, to partnerships, or other income like swag do you see being a part of your world. And in addition how are you looking to further establish yourself here?
- How does your game or its audience impact what you do?
Most personalities like yourself have a strong character and with it comes character traits that they accredit to success. What about yourself do you think is the trait that helps you become most successful in this field?
- What’s your opinion on the current state streaming as profession?
- As a twitch partnered streamer I’m sure you have faith in the platform but are there other things you see on the horizon?
- You have many amazing tutorials we are going to link the video notes but if I had to ask you for 1 pro tip. What advice can you give someone trying to become a Twitch partnered streamer?
- 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?
- What’s the 1 thing in your game that you love the most and why?
- Are you planning on heading to any events soon where people can come meet you? Do you plan on going to TwitchCon again in 2019 at San Diego?
- It doesn’t have to be your OPSEAT but what’s your favorite peripheral?