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How to Grow your Audience as a Game Live Streamer?

Strategy Jul 21, 2022

In this blog, we will be going through some of the useful tips that could help you to grow your audience base as a live streamer.

If you are starting as a streamer, then one of the most important things you will be thinking about is how to grow as a live streamer. To help you out with the whole thing, we will be getting into the tips to grow as a game live streamer. Once you start off as a streamer, you will always be concerned with your views and the number of followers you are getting. There could be some things that you might be doing wrong, or maybe you need to do something different to get that dream number of views on your stream.

What are the tips and tricks to get more views as a game live streamer?

Without wasting much time, let us get right into all the tips and tricks that you might want to follow to grow your audience as a live streamer:

Catchy titles

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This is one of the most important things to follow. Another reason you need to keep in mind is that there is a huge difference between catchy and clickbait titles. Basically, whenever you use a clickbait title, it means that you are writing something in the title that adheres to controversy, and you are writing something that is not actually happening in the stream. If you are using clickbait titles, then that is going to lose your trust with your already existing audience. However, if you use catchy titles, which also adhere to what you are streaming and the content that you are showing to your audience, you should try to make as many catchy titles as possible. It need not be long, just keep it short and simple, and that would be enough.

Consistent Schedule

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This is something that you have to keep in mind all the time. Consistency is the way to go, and you have to make sure that you are streaming as per your schedule. You can also start off with streaming daily, but that would be quite exhausting and you might even run out of content before you even hit your target views. Hence, make sure that you stream at least twice a week, and when you find that your audience is growing quite gradually, then you can start to increase your time. Hence, make sure not to exhaust yourself at the very beginning of your streaming career, in this way you will have more energy to become consistent too.

Converse as much as possible.

Credits to GitHub. Make sure to chat with your audience every now and then while in stream.

Do you like it when your favourite streamer interacts with you? Does that make you want to go back and try to interact with them again? Well, that is something that you have to keep in mind. Make sure to introduce a topic to your audience. Once your audience starts to talk about it in the chat, make sure to reply to all their comments. This would really make them feel special. They would continue to talk to you about it. In this way, more people will tend to stay in your stream, which in turn will show an increase in your view count. Also, make sure that you keep thanking people who are subscribing or donating to your stream. This would also make them feel quite special to the rest of your stream. Another thing to keep in mind, if you are too involved in a game, and actually cannot focus much on the chat, make sure to still talk about something or that other, you can also even go through your gameplay narration and you would be good to go.

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Collaborate with other gamers and streamers.

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This is another way through which you can definitely increase your reach to the community out there. Collaborating with other gamers or other streamers would help you reach out to their audience, which in turn will give you more recognition in the community. It is also better to collaborate with someone who has more followers and audience count than you, as that would give you more advantages. However, that does take some time and effort, but if you manage to strike up a good relationship with a higher streamer or gamer. Later on, you could also help those who are small gamers and streamers.

Make sure to interact with followers outside the stream.

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As a streamer, you are not supposed to be interacting with your audience while you are only streaming. Many of your followers will also try to reach out to you through your social media. Hence, you should always connect your accounts, and make sure to post content related to your streams, and also some gaming-related posts. This will also help you to understand your audience better, and you will know what interests them more. Sometimes, they will also give you more ideas about what new you can try to do in your streams.


These are some of the tips and tricks that you can try to follow to ensure that you are growing as a gaming live streamer. All you have to keep in mind is to make sure you have good content and also to keep being consistent. Gradually, you will find yourself getting quite a good number of views and such, and that will give you more motivation to work harder on your content.

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