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Ask the King Ep. 86: NOW May 28, 2021


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Do you think you should consider getting another job outside of streaming, not for detractor reasons, but for stress and things like that? Just so you don't always have to worry about whether you can pay your bills and stuff. Many streamers have a job outside of streaming. For example, a streamer named KatFires who averages 800 viewers streams 8 hours, 6 days a week, but is also a dance choreographer.

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Did you ever think streams like on the left were dumb until you realized what was happening behind the scenes on the right?

Also do streams like this possibly concern you for some reason... that some people's streams are getting all fancy? You used to be upset about edited gameplay videos (not sure if you still are) - or was there more behind it than that?

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Do you think you should try being friends with other streamers when they reach out to you, like some have in the past? It seems like a great way to grow your streams. And they might introduce you to fun things you have never tried before. Plus, it seems for many streamers, most, if not all of their friends are streamers.

Also, do you think Twitch unpartnered you for the same reason Curse did? Someone said something similar happened to another streamer, having a bunch of trolls and everything, and Twitch just didn't want to deal with it anymore, deal with all the reports and all that.

Or perhaps it's this:

Live Content Exclusivity. Solely for any live audio-visual work you choose to provide to us as User Content (your “Live Twitch Content”), starting from beginning of the Initial Broadcast of any such Live Twitch Content, and continuing for a period of twenty-four (24) hours following the end of the Initial Broadcast of such Live Twitch Content (the “Exclusivity Period”), such Live Twitch Content is exclusive to Twitch (even as to you). During the Exclusivity Period of any Live Twitch Content, you will not, nor permit or authorize any third party to, broadcast, stream, distribute, exhibit and otherwise make available such Live Twitch Content in any manner.

Most streamers edit their streams (basically into highlights), so they probably get away with it without knowing since it takes time to do that. But I know DizzyKitten waits a few days before uploading her entire ASMR streams to YouTube.

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What's your thoughts on ASMR streams? Is it lame and easy content? A lot of streamers actually say it can be hard, if you want your audience to enjoy it. Figuring out what tools to use and how to use them, and trying to learn what your audience enjoys, such as trigger words. They say streamers tend to be too harsh (the sound) when starting off. And that they have to learn to be gentle and patient. One streamer said her hands would start shaking holding things up against the mic for so long.

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Social media has proven to be a useful tool when used in a positive way.  However, it has also become a very dark place because of the bullying, racism, fraud and other kinds of negativity many of its users are victims of, with very little to no accountability or punishment for the perpetrators.  If every social media account required verification with higher level ID credentials such as passports rather than just phone numbers and E-Mail addresses, do you believe that would make users think twice before abusing or violating fellow users due to the accountability, punishment and shame they would then have to face as a result?

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What are your thoughts on games being announced too early? Do you think the game will lose its hype and people lose interest as time passes? why do you think they do it?  one example is Elden ring, its been announced before 700 days and yet there is no information on the game and according to the rumours it wont be shown in the upcoming E3. 

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Recently, a Days Gone actor suggested that some reviews didn’t finish or rushed through the game, creating misleading reviews. Do you think that reviewers should be obligated to track their time and state that in their review so readers can judge how accurate their opinion may be? Also, do you think that you always have to finish a story to be able to truly review a game? Just a side note, I love that you are on YouTube now...can finally watch you live on my tv instead of my iPad. 

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5 hours ago, DarksydeCarol said:

Is there anything at all that the trolls actually got correct about you? You obviously do not have to say what it is. Also, what is one thing you think the trolls should apologize to you for, publicly. 

According to my research, the trolls do get things "correct" about Phil. A simple example would be his address. Now do they get everything 100% correct? I don't know. But it seems they're usually onto something.

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What are your thoughts on Amouranth stating she will lose ~$500K per year after being demonitized by Twitch (due to her hot tub streams)? However, she did not lose her partnership. She can still earn subscribers and cheers, and donations - and she streams for ~14 hours every day. And she uploads once per week on her YouTube channels (main and ASMR); and she has a Patreon and OnlyFans. And she possibly earns money from her Instagram, Snapchat, and Twitter. And she stated she invests her money (she has Bitcoin <- and probably other investments).

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