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Yammy Uddin considers streamer tips after Pokimane’s debate

Yammy (L) joined the discussion (Photo: YouTube)

YouTube gamer Yammy Uddin helped discuss streamer chips, and the star claimed that “no problems were seen.”

Streamer Imane’Pokimane’Anys recently she As she told 6 million followers, the donation limit is $ 5 (£ 3.70).

Yammy, who boasts over 2 million followers, said Metro.co.uk She participates in The Rise campaign on YouTube to spotlight up-and-coming creators. ‘If you want to give hints to influencers, I think it’s up to your personal choice.

“But the problem with our job is that it’s based on our job. With Twitch Streamer, you can earn advertising revenue on YouTube as well. […] Therefore, you may need these tips to continue your career. Sometimes they don’t.

“Pokimane has been a huge success. She doesn’t need these tips, so I think she actually limited her donation to $ 5, but I’m still grateful. I can support people who are having fun. I think it’s important.

“So if people want to contribute to their favorite creators, that’s okay.”

YouTube gamer Yammy Uddin

Yammy boasts over 2 million followers (Photo: YouTube / Henry Jay Kamara)

Meanwhile, when a woman broke it in the gaming industry, the 26-year-old revealed that she was enduring vulgar abuse, but big progress has been made.

“When we first started the channel in 2011, the gaming industry was completely different,” she recalled. “There weren’t many female role models that I could inspire, and I didn’t expect to hear a female voice when I participated in a game like the Xbox and used voice chat. Considerable trolling has occurred.

“But the landscape has changed a lot. Now it’s completely different. By nature, women feel like they’re being accepted by the gaming world.

“I suffered a lot of trolling that day, but it really helped me build my confidence because I knew how to deal with such comments and things, if anything. , I block it. “

Yammy is affiliated with fellow creator SJ Strum (Photo: YouTube / Henry Jay Kamara)

Yummy, who has partnered with YouTube on the new campaign The Rise, is spotlighting fellow creator SJ Strum, who chats about everything about parenting.

In the campaign, up-and-coming creators will be paired with a well-established star, looking back on their journey to stardom and emphasizing the next generation. YouTube hopes this project will showcase diverse talents from all over the UK.

The Yammy and SJ channels are completely different, but they have a lot in common. Both are mothers of YouTube ups and downs, navigating friendly connections with fans they don’t really know personally.

“As YouTubers, people are attracted to your channel based on your personality, and they have that friendship with you,” Yammy explained.

“And every time they come to your channel, it’s like meeting an old friend. And to me, to keep my life pretty private, they’re how I’m behind the scenes You don’t really have to see if you are, so I’m starting to accept it, especially calling on people to introduce my son to my channel. “

“If you’re a YouTuber, you’re at home alone with a camera, so that’s the most antisocial way to be truly social,” SJ added.

“It’s completely related [with your viewers], The community is the best bit about it. That’s why I love YouTube. “

On the other hand, the two creators have completely different approaches to becoming parents on YouTube.

Yammy removed most of his family from the camera, but SJ introduced the children in several videos and also made a video about his son’s speech delay.

“My two boys are 7 and 10 years old and I’m crazy about YouTube. It’s Yammy’s, not my channel,” SJ laughed. “But they really enjoy [being on camera].. And there are so many great conversations about online safety and how to deal with potential comments. They have the ultimate 100% choice, whether included in the video or not.

She added: ‘Even when I talked a little personal. So my middle son had a speech delay. He tells him every time I make a video. “There is another little boy who has a speech delay and he wants to learn how to get through it.?”

“And he was very young, like,’Yes, I want to help.'” And it made him very proud.

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