Should you stream on YouTube or Twitch in 2021? Should you stream or make videos about Minecraft? It can all be quite overwhelming. Let's chat with Minecraft streamer the_00squirrel to help you make your decision! :)
A lot of people ask: Should I stream Minecraft? And should I stream on Twitch or YouTube? Those questions and more are answered in this podcast. For a Minecraft content creator, it's always worth considering if livestreaming on YouTube or Twitch is the right thing for you.
Tom was recently involved in a serious accident, that almost cost him his life. This was recorded before that accident, and at the moment he has several months of recovery ahead of him in the hospital. If you would like to support East Anglian Air Ambulance, the charity that airlifted him to hospital, you can do so here: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/tom-hemming1
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Some more questions that are planned for future episodes include livestreaming without a camera, tips and advice for first time streamers, and how to make even your VODs enjoyable to watch after the live stream has ended on Twitch or YouTube Gaming. Hopefully today's episode has answered questions such as: Should I stream on Twitch? Should I stream on YouTube? And should I stream or make videos?★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
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