Streaming Star Natalia ‘Alinity’ Mogollon Reveals If She Makes More Money Off Twitch Or OnlyFans

Natalia “Alinity” Mogollon is one of the most popular Twitch streamers on the gaming platform with more than 1.3 million followers. The Colombian-born gamer also has a massively adored OnlyFans account. So what do you think the model and gamer makes more revenue from: Twitch or OnlyFans? Alinity answered that exact question on a recent stream.

Speaking to fellow Twitch streamer MizKif, Alinity revealed that she makes far more money on OnlyFans than Twitch, which should surprise nobody that selling subscriptions to titillating photos and videos is a far more lucrative endeavor than playing video games in front of people.

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“I’m going to give you an idea – I don’t want to say how much I make in one place or another – in two months, I’ve made what I would have made in 10 years on Twitch,” Alinity told Mizkif, who was open-mouthed shocked in the revelation.

“Jesus Christ. Oh my f***ing God. Damn Alinity,” Mizkif reacted. “Two months of taking pictures and videos, you’ve made in what – 10 years – playing [games like] Apex Legends?”

Alinity did not reveal how much money she makes on OnlyFans or her Twitch salary.

One report claimed that Alinity has a net worth of $2 million as of 2020.

“Alinity is like a top dog, she actually has viewers on Twitch,” Mizkif said. “There are some girls that have like 30 viewers in the Just Chatting section that actually make half a million dollars from OnlyFans every year.”

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After asking if the OnlyFans market is as good for men as it is for women, Alinity answered, “There is a market for anything.”

Alinity has over 377,000 followers on Instagram.

There is recently a lot of talk about how much Twitch streamers get paid after one of the platform’s biggest accounts got demonetized for spicy content. Kaitlyn “Amouranth” Siragusa had ads suspended on her massively popular Twitch account before being reinstated when the social network added a new “Pools, Hot Tubs and Beaches” category for streamers who wear swimsuits while gaming.

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