Here at the Nexus, one of our key focus areas is assisting others to develop within the gaming industry. Whether it be our writers, content creators, the eKasi initiative or local YouTube content, we want to do what we can to give others in the local industry a step up.
One of the fastest growing mediums for content is streaming via Twitch, it's an ever popular format of gamers showing off content that they care about in order for others to get an idea of what a particular game is all about.
Streaming locally in South Africa is no easy job, and we want to help promote these streamers wherever possible. The first of such promotions is an up and coming streamer by the name of Jessica Maij.
Jessica recently became a Twitch Affiliate and currently requires 75 viewers over the next few days in order to get a partnership with Twitch. Here's what Jessica shared with us about her stream:
I started streaming about two months ago... I mainly stream Gwent: The Witcher Card Game as I'm quite competitive in that. I also sometimes stream some casual games such as Monster Hunter when I want to chill with other people. I just recently became a Twitch Affiliate in the 3 weeks I've really been streaming. Since becoming an Affiliate, I was able to unlock subscription emotes for my future subscribers, and speaking of which, I'm in the process of getting two emotes designed by one of ACGL's designers, so I'll be getting them in the week hopefully.
Sarcasm and irony are his greatest tools, sport, adventure and shooting all the fools. Platformers =admiration, horror games = contempt, plans to live forever or die in the attempt.
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