Favourite and least favourite streamers?

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#327

I really like to watch the casino streamers. So, at the end of the day I can choose the favourite streamer I can trust and enjoy watching. Right now, I really like RocknRolla aka Paul. I like that he does not push the ads of the casinos directly. Then, I really hate CasinoDaddy. Stupid and boring guys with just pushing their promos and codes and links to us. Just advertisement. Also, The Bandit slowly becomes like CasinoDaddy. Full of advertisements and links. No sense of the game, no passion. Just promotion. You can treat everyone differently, and probably often hate it. But the goal is to find the best in everyone).

#328

I normally enjoy CG streamers. Roshtein, for example, is a trash and a scammer;

#329

Roshtein is definitely a scammer. Poor bastard:f09f988a:_ The Bandit I actually enjoy watching. I know he loses lots of money as well. He also says about the dangers of the gambling openly so I like his honesty at least. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h0UTaVNhQqA RocknRolla is really good. Gives an impression to be honest and fun.

#330

All of them are unique in their own way. Someone streams slot machines and roulette, someone makes bets and spins slots at the same time, but they all have one thing in common - it's excitement. Each viewer will find a streamer to their liking, to their taste.

#331

The top streamer (CasinoDaddy as of October 2019) streams about 300 hours a month, gathering between 2,500 and 5,000 viewers on each broadcast. He has 120 thousand followers (viewers who bookmarked the channel) and most likely earns tens of thousands of dollars a month.

#333

Viewers watch streams for a variety of reasons. Someone is looking for new casinos and tricky methods of winning. Others come for communication - in chat and with a streamer. Still others struggle with gambling addiction in this way: instead of playing with their own money, they look at how someone else plays for casino money. The method is not particularly working, since the excitement of a streamer, on the contrary, can push those who are “tied up” to go to the casino and spin their backs.

#337

The audience of casino streams is growing every year. Slots are not yet breaking into a leading position on Twitch and other platforms. But they occupy a stable position among popular computer games and the popularity of this niche does not fall over time, but only grows. I actually like to watch CasinoDaddy.

#343

One of the first streamers who agreed to participate in their promotion was Tyler Nicknam, better known by his nickname Trainwrecks. Now more than 1.5 million people have subscribed to his channel, and on average his broadcasts are gaining 25 thousand viewers.

#345

I'm wondering what kind of a idiot you need to be, so that after watching casinos’ advertising stream, you can go spin the slots yourself?!!

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