How to Make Game Streaming a Job
The modern dream: To play games for a living.
But it's not an easy job, and it's not really just “playing games” for a living. Any kind of content creation – streaming or otherwise – is an intensely involved process that rarely gives breathing room. This is especially true in those early growth phases; don't expect to climb the ranks quickly and rest on your laurels. There's always new content to work on, and if you don't work on it, someone else will.
In this article, we'll talk about how to round the corner from casual streaming to professional game streaming or becoming a “YouTuber.” Before diving into this guide, we'd also suggest reading our “How to Get Sponsored” guide and “Sponsorship Email Templates” article.
Let's look at some aspects of professional game streaming that are often overlooked:
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