We bring you a new batch of entertaining streamers that I came across over the past week in my calls for interview. I am constantly visiting and meeting new streamers to see how they entertain their audiences while also gaming and entertaining themselves. I enjoy streamers that don’t just show a game for the sake of gameplay but also engage with their audience and use an on-stream persona or simply connect with viewers. Again we feature streamers who game and stream from gaming PC’s, PlayStation 4 consoles, Xbox One Consoles, or even Nintendo Switch streamers and we feature Mixer, Twitch, YouTube, Caffeine or Dlive streamers though we have never featured a Dlive or Caffeine streamer yet. If you want to be included in a future interview roundup or you know a streamer we should reach out to and include let us know in the comments. Now is the time to start a streaming channel if you are homebound, love gaming and have decent internet, let your geek shine and even if you are an introvert and shy to be on camera, you can use on stream avatars instead of having your own face on camera if you prefer, or simply stream without any webcam at all.
Now on to this week’s streamers:
Heyo, I’m Natsumen or Caps (for Capssimistic)! I’m a freelance digital artist and a creative/variety game streamer. The name of my channel is derived from the combination of the word cap (which is what my avatar wears) and pessimistic/optimistic, it’s silly but it stuck. I started streaming in 2017 and before that used to do Let’s Play videos on YouTube during my free time and occasionally stream art at Picarto before eventually moving everything to one platform, Twitch. The idea that I could stream my games and art without worrying about lost/corrupted footage and being able to chat with people live was really appealing, and I’m glad I did because I’ve had a lot of fun doing what I do and meeting new people to connect with! Games that I stream consists of a variety of genre that catches my attention like Death Mark, South Park FBW, etc. I get my community involve in deciding subjects they would like to see me draw and participate in monthly sketch giveaways, they’re chill and fun people to hang out with and if you like anime too then hop on in and join us! I don’t have a consistent time for my streaming schedule BUT I usually stream every Saturday and Monday nights for games, and every Thursday night for art sessions. You can check me out at the socials below! Twitch channel and Twitter.
Hi, I’m Wrexadecimal! My name comes from a mashup of the words “wreck” and “hexadecimal”. Not only did I choose my name, but my name chose me. Once when I was streaming a really difficult romhack, my save file got absolutely destroyed. All of the hex data from the file was completely overwritten and unrecoverable. I certainly couldn’t help but at least laugh a little bit at the whole thing, in hindsight. Similarly related, when it comes to video games my tastes could be summed up as retro, romhacks, the niche, obscure, and sometimes something new. I always try to play games off of the original hardware whenever I can for that maximum retro feel. I started streaming as an exercise to see how far I could go with it. I have a few friends that had been doing it for quite a while before me and I figured that if they can do it, surely I can as well! I like to think of what I do as the virtual equivalent of sitting on a couch with a bunch of friends just chilling out and playing some games. If you’re looking for something old school or games that are a bit more undiscovered, I usually go live on twitch on Sunday afternoons, or Tuesdays and Thursdays at 5 PM Pacific time. Perhaps I’ll see you there!
Hi everyone, I’m ExistentialPerplexity, but my friends know me as Jan. My Twitch name was influenced by having an alternate way to say ‘existential crisis’ because during at the time of my rebrand, you could say I was going through an existential crisis which wasn’t the first and definitely not the last. I thoroughly enjoy learning about Psychology and I’m also working on a bachelors in Integrative Studies with a Psychology minor. I started streaming when the PS4 first came out just for fun, but didn’t start taking it more seriously until July of 2018. I have a single PC streaming setup where I either game on my PC (currently Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and other PC titles) or use my PS4 for random titles as well. My favorite thing to do to entertain my viewers is being goofy with my alerts. I recently updated my alerts and sounds, so I’ll keep the reasoning why a secret for now and let anyone who stops by a chance to experience the changes. Currently I don’t have a set schedule, but I do intend to implement something more structured in the near future. You can find me on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube and can find me on Twitter @HerFutureEvilEx.