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5,636,431 Youtube Views
6,500 Twitter Followers
Today we are joined by ElectricShock, Youtube star and self proclaimed ‘Gfuel God’ whose 5.6 million views with a 70% balance to Gfuel proves he’s not just being hyperbolic. With over 50k subscribers on youtube and 5+ years experience in creating Youtube content he has produced more than 1300 videos only to lose 500 to a hacker in 2015. Explanations are given in the interview but just tenacity to continue is a testament to his entrepreneurial spirit. Learn about the path of a lifelong entrepreneur who quit day 1 of his only job to become a youtube sensation, juggles half a dozen videos any given moment, posts every 4 days or less, and has not missed a beat for 4 years while going to highschool. With content covering fortnite, call of duty, glitches, unboxing, gfuel, and sneakers. You’re in for quite a shock.
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OPedge Unboxing Video
Questions and Timestamps
(3:10) Tell us who you are and a little about yourself.
(4:28) How did you get started in gaming?
(6:03) What consoles do you play?
(6:34) How do you stream your gameplay?
(7:45) How long did you play on PC?
(10:28) Have you played Fortnite on console?
(11:47) When did you start streaming and how did it evolve?
(16:47) How do you produce your GFuel content?
(21:03) What’s your method for producing successful content?
(24:30) What have you learned about growing on Twitch and Youtube?
(25:55) Have you looked at streaming platforms besides Twitch?
(31:28) Thoughts on your OPSeat chair and desk?
(33:01) How did you handle the loss of so many videos on Youtube?
(42:56) After a month break, was it hard to regain viewership?
(45:29) What inspired you to start streaming at such a young age?
(50:34) How do you promote your stream and its growth?
(55:01) How do you create income through your content production?
(59:03) How does your audience impact your content?
(1:02:04) What has contributed most to your success?
(1:08:07) What’s your biggest learning experience?
(1:15:12) What’s your favorite peripheral?