you’ve probably figured out by now, between my social media posts about Destiny and my recent
for Dummies, I play video games.
And I have a Twitch channel. When Destiny 2
went live on September 6, 2017, I set out not only to make myself a better
Guardian (what you are known as in the game), but set a schedule for myself to
see if streaming was for me. I spent my first few gaming sessions using an
earbud-mic included with my PS4. I picked up a modest $30 gaming headset
shortly after. Then my
enabler good buddy, Matt Drake, offered me a
PSEye, the console’s proprietary webcam. Thus began the evolution of my stream.
This is something I’ve noticed about being a streamer. Your channel, regardless of the platform, experiences pockets of evolution. My first was the incorporation of a good headset. Then you upgrade your ability to interact with Chat. (For me, it was Streamlabs.) Then it’s your first break from streaming, which for me, drove home how much I enjoyed it. There are also unexpected challenges you face along the way, all of them leaving a mark on your channel.
Then there’s October 3, 2019 — a date which will live in awesomeness.[Read more…] about Playing the Toughest Game on Twitch: The Numbers Game