My name is Emily, also known as, GirlsGotGame. The goals of my community are to spread love and a positive atmosphere through an entertaining perspective! I am an avid hockey player and we create a competitive environment by challenging eachother on stream to be the MVP of the stream, by doing this the viewers are able to continue to be engaged and continue to come back for more!
One of my favorite hobbies is to play hockey and of course video games. NHL games allow me to enjoy both the game of hockey and video games at the same time! I also enjoy a wide variety of games such as battle royale games as well as shooter games like Black Ops. I began streaming on Mixer in 2017, after about 6 months when i continued to struggle, I resided to making a switch to Youtube to try and showcase my channel that way. After reaching a solid amount of average views i began streaming again. When returning to streaming, I was ready for a more difficult environment with a lot of competition and a lot more knowledge supporting myself.
I hope to create a strong, loving environment that will support one another. Everyone goes through a tough time and by creating a safe environment for people to come to is extremely important to me. Not only do my viewers rely on me, I also rely on them as well for support.
I mainly play NHL games or FPS shooter games including battle royale games.
To continue to grow my fun, loving supportive community
Different amounts of bits donated go towards fuck, wacky events that I do myself. For example, one stream we did the chubby bunny challenge for a certain amount of bit! I try to keep my audience engaged, but there are also times where I am able to sit and relax and just have conversations with my community.
The best memory I had being a moderator was continuing to engage the new viewers in the channel, by welcoming them and making them feel welcome.
I enjoy being a moderator on Twitch because I enjoy having a little bit of responsibility in others chats to do as they say. For example if someone is misbehaving and not following the rules in their chat I am able to time them out, give them a reasoning behind them being timed out and allow them another change to cooperate within the chat room guidelines. But also, being a moderator isnt just about power, it also shows a great relationship that you have with the streamer to show that they put their trust in you to do what is right for their twitch channel.
Best memory of being a viewer was watching one of my favorite smaller streamers finally getting accepted into the Partner program on twitch.
Aboot Gaming, dbegthedbag, IFOXYZUntamedI, and Aniemal. I have been watching them for over 6 months and have recently become a member of the Dam Good Gamers. A community within Aboot Gaming that they had created to help small streamer as well as create a great, positive atmosphere to help everyone grow.