I'm a Twitch affiliate. I want to share my passion, hang out, and build a community
I'm 21 years old and my dream is to work in esports! I started streaming to share my passion for gaming with as many people as possible, while also building a community where anyone can come hang out!
I've been playing video games as long as I can remember. First James Bond and Smash on the gamecube and then WoW. Then I got the Halo 3 xbox 360, and started with Halo, CoD MW, now I stream FPS games!
I'm streaming to share my passion, but I hope to reach partner before I graduate college. If I become a Twitch partner, then I plan to take a year off before law school to try and full-time stream. Outside of streaming, I want to work in esports, hopefully as a caster or host. Additionally, I want to build a community of like-minded people who love gaming and hanging out just as much as I do.
Overwatch and Apex Legends are what I'm currently streaming and have been since I began in October of 2018. My best stream to date was a several hours long Overwatch stream where I had new viewers and followers come in who were hanging out and talking to me a bunch in chat. I plan to stream some WoW Classic and the next installment in the Elder Scrolls series when they come out, because I love RPG games with a great world and challenging game play.
My best memory as a viewer was the first time I saw the end of xQc's stream. For those who don't know, at the end of every stream, xQc plays the Enterlude and Exitlude songs by the Killers, where he thanks everyone who has helped him. It was amazing to see someone so in tune with their community, and how thankful he is for everyone who has helped him get to where he is.
xQc and Timthetatman are my favorite streamers. If you look at both of their channels, you'll know that they're both very different and their communities are opposites. The reasons I like them are completely different, I like xQc because of his on stream antics and the way his community blows up his chat and constantly trolls and has fun with everything he does. I watch Tim because he plays with a group of guys who are at the top of the gaming world, but like the rest of us, he's not the best; however, he still has just as much fun and does his best to laugh and entertain whenever he makes mistakes. I've watched Tim for about 9 months, and xQc for about 7.