The Gaming Careers Podcast
Streamers Are Leaving Twitch For YouTube
Why are so many top streamers leaving Twitch for YouTube? Join Pete and Ben to discuss Ludwig's decision to stream on YouTube, platform updates that are coming for Twitch, and MrBeast's Squid Game controversy.
December 6, 2021
Why are so many top streamers leaving Twitch for YouTube? Join Pete and Ben to discuss Ludwig’s decision to stream on YouTube, platform updates that are coming for Twitch, and MrBeast’s Squid Game controversy.
- Ban Evasion Moderation
- Console Tags
- Satanist Tag
- YouTube Viewer Search Metrics
- YouTube Search Insights
- Defrag’s Video on Search Insights
- MrBeast’s Squid Game
- Comparison of MrBeast’s & Netflix’s Squid Game
- SoKrispyMedia Making of MrBeast’s Squid Game
- 2021’s Top Trending Videos & Creators
- How Many Streamers Left Streamlabs
- Twitter CEO Steps Down
- Ludwig Moves to YouTube
- Pete Predicted It
- Ludwig’s Leaving Video
- Suspended 3 Times Within 5 Days
- Calls Out YouTube Dislike Counter Removal
- CourageJD Renews Contract
- Hint At More Sign Ups
- DisquisedToast Moves BACK to Twitch
- Ramee Signs to Facebook
- Valkyrae Contract Requirements
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The founder of Gaming Careers with a borderline unhealthy obsession for cameras, microphones, and all things streaming. He gets mistaken for Stephen Merchant at least 5 times a day.
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