Hello Dazzle! Thanks for coming and hanging out with me today, I’m glad that you are here. Today I wanted to look at the summarized information from Twitch looking at February.
I have been streaming on Twitch now for about 6 months and it has been a crazy and fun ride. It has honestly turned out nothing like I expected it would, but I have no regrets in becoming a streamer.
You can check out my Twitch stream here: ZebraPig4299
There has been a lot of chatting going on this past month and I have been loving it. The best part of live streaming has been being able to have conversations with other people about many diverse topics. We’ve talked about many things ranging from what it is like to be a transgendered person in America today, to our favorite foods and video games and even what we think about different laws.
There has been more use of the ZebraPig channel emotes and I love to see that! Seems that we’ve had a lot to be excited about this past month!
Over the course of the past month, I had 24 streams that totaled up to 3 days and 4 hours of being live on Twitch. I stream about 20 hours every week. This is broken up into 5 sessions that are about 4 hours each. That’s a lot of time that I’ve spent live with you guys.
We’ve done a lot of different things during those hours. We’ve played a variety of different games like Grounded, 7 Days to Die, Don’t Starve Together and Minecraft. We’ve had both serious and silly conversations about everything and nothing. We’ve collected and named rubber duckies.
There have been many great memories that we’ve made together and I am looking forward to all the things that we can continue to do together. Thank you so much for supporting me in this strange journey and for becoming a part of this amazing community. I am so blessed and very grateful that all of you have chosen to spend your time with me. Thank you so much!
Well, that’s about it for my rambling today. Thanks for coming and spending some time with me. If you like what you read, click on that like button. It really does help! Until we talk again, you take care of yourselves!