Here’s How Much Twitch Streamers Earn Per Video – In Case Your Parents Still Think You’re Wasting Time On Gaming

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How Much Twitch Streamers Earn

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Twitch, the interactive video-game play & eSports platform, has enjoyed a massive rise in popularity over the past few years.

With millions of people stuck in self-isolation, more gamers are streaming and the top Twitch users are gaining thousands of fans by the day.

According to Business Insider, the eSports market is predicted to surpass $1.5B by 2023. Alongside this, isolation has seen rates of online gaming soar worldwide, there’s been a massive 75% increase in gaming usage amid the Coronavirus outbreak.

OnlineGambling analyzed the top 30 Twitch streamers to figure out just how much these Twitch giants earn from creating a career out of gaming online.

Here’s what they found:

One of the highest-earning Twitch streamers earns a mega $287,164 per video if you multiply that by the number of videos he’s uploaded, which gives Auron Play a total Twitch income of $14.9M.

And it doesn’t stop there, the other 29 Twitch streamers all earn a decent amount, with the lowest-earning of the 30 having a total Twitch income of $13K to date – from just 3 videos on their channel!

Here’s a breakdown of the top 15 moneymakers on Twitch.

Top Twitch Earners Money

via onlinegambling.ca


Tell your parents it’s not too late to make money playing video games, at least not according to a top Twitch user.

Dinky Dana partnered with Twitch and climbed to the top 1% of the users on the site.

“There are now eSports arenas being built similar to professional football stadiums. With Amazon purchasing Twitch a few years ago, I see the trending popularity of eSports and Twitch streaming as only increasing over the next 10 years,” Dana told OnlineGambling.

“It is definitely possible to make a full-time living on Twitch. Not only do players get subscription payments and donations, many of the biggest streamers now get endorsement deals to promote products or services.”

[via OnlineGambling.ca]

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