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Whats up guys , I'm deciding to come out my comfort zone. Heres a video of a couple of my clips I put together , Let me know what you think.THANKS


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Looks good bro, tear it up!
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Seems like you're a pretty good player, you have some nice clips.
Would you just be making YouTube videos like this, showing highlights and what not, or are you looking to get into streaming?
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Jass wroteLooks good bro, tear it up!


Thank you appreciate the feedback!
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Maze wroteSeems like you're a pretty good player, you have some nice clips.
Would you just be making YouTube videos like this, showing highlights and what not, or are you looking to get into streaming?


Thank you man! Appreciate that, I'm looking to get into streaming just slowing starting.
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Not bad, but gameplay is only the first step, to be a successful streamer, you gotta be able to multitask. You gotta play well, while being entertaining and interacting with your viewers. Especially at the start, may it be 1 or 1k, you gotta keep every single person interested whether its answering questions or doing sub/viewer games and so on.

And don't forget about consistency. You gotta pick which type of youtuber/streamer you are, quality or quantity? Are your future montages gonna be insane shots that hit 1/100 games that takes 3-4 months per montage, or are you able to get a ton of clips in a short amount of time and make montages every 2-3 weeks.

All that is to keep in mind if you want to get big. Personally id watch you.
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Anhur wroteNot bad, but gameplay is only the first step, to be a successful streamer, you gotta be able to multitask. You gotta play well, while being entertaining and interacting with your viewers. Especially at the start, may it be 1 or 1k, you gotta keep every single person interested whether its answering questions or doing sub/viewer games and so on.

And don't forget about consistency. You gotta pick which type of youtuber/streamer you are, quality or quantity? Are your future montages gonna be insane shots that hit 1/100 games that takes 3-4 months per montage, or are you able to get a ton of clips in a short amount of time and make montages every 2-3 weeks.

All that is to keep in mind if you want to get big. Personally id watch you.



Thank you taking the time and writing this & I appreciate the tips! I've been going for interesting / Insanse kills that seem impossible in order to get people's attention ima keep grinding.
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Imletter wrote
Anhur wroteNot bad, but gameplay is only the first step, to be a successful streamer, you gotta be able to multitask. You gotta play well, while being entertaining and interacting with your viewers. Especially at the start, may it be 1 or 1k, you gotta keep every single person interested whether its answering questions or doing sub/viewer games and so on.

And don't forget about consistency. You gotta pick which type of youtuber/streamer you are, quality or quantity? Are your future montages gonna be insane shots that hit 1/100 games that takes 3-4 months per montage, or are you able to get a ton of clips in a short amount of time and make montages every 2-3 weeks.

All that is to keep in mind if you want to get big. Personally id watch you.



Thank you taking the time and writing this & I appreciate the tips! I've been going for interesting / Insane kills that seem impossible in order to get people's attention ima keep grinding.


No problem man, just know, once you get known in a certain community, its gonna be very hard to break out of it. I've seen guys pull in 6k-8k viewers per stream and as soon as they went to another game, they average around 20-50 viewers.

But then again, take XQC (if you watched Overwatch) for example, he pulled in around 11k per stream, and as soon as he got banned, he started pulling in 20-23k per stream, because he's entertaining and his followers will go where he goes. Just be ready to play a game for a very long time.
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Anhur wrote
Imletter wrote
Anhur wroteNot bad, but gameplay is only the first step, to be a successful streamer, you gotta be able to multitask. You gotta play well, while being entertaining and interacting with your viewers. Especially at the start, may it be 1 or 1k, you gotta keep every single person interested whether its answering questions or doing sub/viewer games and so on.

And don't forget about consistency. You gotta pick which type of youtuber/streamer you are, quality or quantity? Are your future montages gonna be insane shots that hit 1/100 games that takes 3-4 months per montage, or are you able to get a ton of clips in a short amount of time and make montages every 2-3 weeks.

All that is to keep in mind if you want to get big. Personally id watch you.



Thank you taking the time and writing this & I appreciate the tips! I've been going for interesting / Insane kills that seem impossible in order to get people's attention ima keep grinding.


No problem man, just know, once you get known in a certain community, its gonna be very hard to break out of it. I've seen guys pull in 6k-8k viewers per stream and as soon as they went to another game, they average around 20-50 viewers.

But then again, take XQC (if you watched Overwatch) for example, he pulled in around 11k per stream, and as soon as he got banned, he started pulling in 20-23k per stream, because he's entertaining and his followers will go where he goes. Just be ready to play a game for a very long time.


Yeah most of my streaming will be fortnite as that's literally the only game I play so hopefully I can keep people entertained
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The clips are really not to bad. Never played Fortnite by myself and I will not go to but Stay confident and do your thing. Don't give up even if you don't get many viewers at the beginning. Try to upload good quality content and be something different from every other streamer. You have to find a unique style or system for your future to stick out of the crowd. But good luck buddy don't give up!
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