Amouranth became the “queen” of Twitch’s hot tuba meta after her popularity and viewership exploded. She admitted that this was a pivotal moment in her career and explained how it all happened.
Twitch’s whirlpool meta exploded some streamers. However, no one benefited from it more than Amouranth. It skyrocketed her viewership, and she was in a league of her own when it became an official category.
It challenged them in other ways, most notably in terms of reduced ad revenue and abuse. Still, she claims it was a turning point in her career – evidenced by the fact that she was the top female star on the platform in 2021.
But how did she become the “queen” of the whirlpool meta? Amouranth opened it up during a interview with Devin Nash and explained that it comes down to two things; Embrace the opportunity and grind the hours.
Amouranth started things off by saying that she wasn’t in the best financial position before the Jacuzzi meta. “I was not doing well financially. So I realized I had to do something,” she said. “Then the whirlpool meta exploded.”
She took it and it worked wonders. But oneAs for what made her dominate the category, she said, “I think it’s because I had the most followers. Most e-girl streamers don’t want to do this for long, and I don’t blame them.
“The environment is sometimes very toxic to pour into. So people don’t really want to do it 12 hours a day. Other streamers don’t want that either, no matter in which category. I think xQc is the only one that compares to my stream hours.”
Amourath believes this ultimately gave her the edge over other hot tub streamers. “I think that was exactly what really gave me an advantage. I’ve just been online all the time for the past few years, and especially during this time.”
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However, despite her success, Amouranth might never do a Jacuzzi stream again. On April 13, she announced that she was giving up this type of content in favor of other things. “It’s time to stop being cold turkey for e-girls,” she said.
She was referring to OnlyFans content, so it’s unclear if this includes her Twitch content. Though she said she wanted to differentiate the content from anything she’s ever done, which implies that.
https://www.dexerto.com/entertainment/amouranth-became-queen-of-twitchs-hot-tub-meta-1805560/ Amouranth explains how she became the “queen” of Twitch’s whirlpool meta