- 2,366 Twitch followers
- 148,710 Twitch views
- 222 Twitter followers
- 162 average viewers on Twitch
- 1.5k Subscribers on Youtube
Today we are joined by HerculeSatan, a twitch partner digital card game player and variety streamer. Hercule got his start as a TESL streamer with a highly calculated entry. While most streamers pick games at random and spend months or years streaming before seeing results, Hercule is a different breed. Within the first 30 days of starting his stream he was pushing 400 concurrent viewers and growing rapidly. With this he applied for Twitch Partner status and received it 2 months later just before TwitchCon 2018. Come learn the secrets of how a niche card game turned this everyday gamer into a Twitch Partner and how he maintains his inertia moving forward. This, is HerculeSatan.
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- What sort of games do you stream and what would people most know you by?
- You have a coveted verified badge on Twitter. How did you get that?
- Did having this verified badge impact your stream at all?
- 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? What can you tell me about this journey from first video to consistent streamer?
- What was your ‘aha moment’ in knowing you could keep playing games instead of getting a traditional job?
- You like to play 1 player games like Devil May Cry and Minion Masters but jump into MMO’s like Warframe. How does your audience handle these shifts in play styles?
- How does your form of twitch streaming change the way that you approach the platform as compared to a dedicated esports competitor or an interview type stream like mine?
- How did you get your name Hercule Satan? Is Dragon Ball Z that big an influence on you?
- What tricks have you learned to grow your stream and make sure people stay and interact?
- 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?
- What advice can you give to people trying to improve their return on streaming?
- 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?
- What do you see on the horizon of streaming with new platforms like mixer, periscope, youtube gaming, facebook gaming, and more popping up?
- What advice can you give someone trying to become a Twitch 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?