Streamers got used to hearing questions like: “How to become a streamer like you?”, “Do you have any secret?”, “Hey, I need your advice”. After receiving hundreds of similar questions, PUBG streamer AndyPyro has decided to give everyone one simple advice.
How to become Twitch streamer
Anssi “AndyPyro” Huovinen is a popular YouTuber and full time PUBG streamer from Finland. Just recently he has published a video explaining to his followers how to become a successful Twitch streamer.
And that's what he says.
A lot of people ask me: “Andy! How to become a streamer like you? Well, I’ll tell you how. It’s really simple. The first thing to do is to download OBS.
OBS studio is a free and open source software for video recording and live streaming. AndyPyro's right: it's impossible to start without it.
After you've done with this, the streamer suggests that you do the following:
Then you make a Twitch account and that’s about it. You are now a fully streamer.
You see how simple it is! No one studies it for years in college. On the other side, the success isn't guaranteed at all though it's quite predictable.
In the end of his stream Andy explains to the viewers what success depends on.
Obviously, if you’re a woman, the less clothes you wear, the more attention you get. If you’re a man and you’re a good player, the more you’re funny, the more attention you get.
Well, Andy himself knows how to be funny. Though sometimes he makes it on the edge.
Just a couple of days ago, his Twitch account was banned for dangerous driving. Some of his followers think it happened because the gamer was reading his chat while driving. And doing so he got banned for 7 days.
A bit later he complained saying that Twitch kept taking his money from subscriptions even though he was not even able to control the subscriptions.
I love it how @Twitch still keeps taking my money from subscriptions even though i'm not even able to control the subscriptions because of no access to my account.