Although he highly values the work of YouTubers in general, he considers that being a streamer is something much more complicated and takes up more time.
Although many people want to end up dedicating themselves to creating content on Twitch or on YouTubethe truth is that only a tiny percentage of them end up having a certain popularity to make a living from this.
And El Xokas, one of the most popular streamers in our country, is taking a trip with Ibai to South Korea in recent days.
In one of those live shows, The Xokas wanted to compare the difficulty between being a streamer in Twitch o youtuber en YouTube.
On the one hand, he comments that Being a YouTuber is much easier than being a streamer. and that it is more likely that if you are a good YouTuber you are not a good streamer. “Being a YouTuber is super easy compared to being a streamer,” she says.
“Being a YouTuber sucks. Recording a video on a site and making good content is much easier than being a streamer. Much easier than being a streamer,” he repeats.
In addition, he also comments on his channel: “Being a YouTuber is very overrated in terms of difficulty, if you compare it to being a streamer. If you are a good streamer, it is very likely that you will be a good YouTuber. “If you are a good YouTuber, it is very unlikely that you will be a good streamer.”
Although the great work that YouTubers do stands out, especially in this type of travel vlogs since it is very fun, beautiful and award-winning content, This type of content is much easier to make than being a streamer.
“Being a streamer is horrible when push comes to shove if you want to compete and be on top. Knowing what it’s like to be a streamer, being a YouTuber is a walk if you have an editor. And if you don’t have an editor, too,” she explains.
On the other hand, those people who want to start, whether on YouTube or Twitch, point out that the ideal is to publish content in all possible places and multistream. “I recommend streaming in multistream on YouTube and Twitch and in your free time making content on TikTok, YouTube Shorts and Instagram reels,” he says.