Going live on Twitch for the first time can be a scary experience. There are so many things to think about: making sure your set-up works properly throughout the stream, choosing a game that people are going to want to watch, keeping an eye for anyone popping up in chat and trying to involve them in conversation.
Even after over five years of streaming with my other-half, I still get nervous each time before we press the button and things still go wrong. Sometimes we’ll have sessions where nobody feels like chatting and it’s a very quiet affair; bots turn up to annoy us with their offers of followers or rude comments occasionally; and sound issues seem to follow every streamer regardless of how good their set-up is. These are all problems you learn how to deal with but it can take a bit of time, and a few streams…
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