It’s better to be yourself | Twitch streamer Virtute


It’s better to be yourself | Twitch streamer Virtute


Twitch streamer Virtute

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Virtute tells the story of how he started streaming from his PlayStation 4. Broadcasts that he himself now labels as not good.
But he kept at it and began thinking about ways to improve his stream.
We get into his thought process behind the changes he made and how he keeps changing.
We also talk about how you can prepare something to talk about on stream so that you’re not just sitting in silence waiting for viewers to start a conversation.


Virtute started streaming from his PlayStation 4 using the built-in streaming app and no camera.

Eventually, he graduated to full streaming set up on a PC with a webcam.

He watched Ninja and got inspired by him and other people like Markiplier and PewDiePie, so he changed his formula and started thinking a bit more consciously about how his streams were structured and which games to play.

Through experimentation and networking with other streamers, he has come up with his own unique style.

Networking and doing off-stream work takes up a lot of time.
The many skills needed for streaming also means an opportunity to keep learning.

Streamers are quite accessible and friendly.


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Logitech HD Pro Webcam C920

Roland VT-3 Voice Transformer

Elgato Stream Deck

The name “SeventhSun”

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