Real Talk By: KJ
Question Posed By: Vex
No one will deny the growing popularity of Twitch TV and similar outlets. But we have noticed sometimes Men and Women are forced to act like goof balls to succeed on these platforms, exploiting themselves to gain attention. Some are indeed making money, but is this really helping? Mind you, this isn’t to take away from the passionate people who truly love gaming, sharing their love in alternative ways. However, we were in an industry that used to pride itself on letting you be yourself. Why are we subjecting people to be the opposite just for financial reasons? The COQ: Is Game Streaming Helping or Hurting The Industry?