Valkyrae Says YouTube Makes Her Feel Valuable Than Compared To Twitch

Valkyrae is one of the biggest female streamers on the planet. She used to stream on Twitch earlier but in January last year, Rae moved exclusively to YouTube Gaming.

Now that another Twitch streamer Ludwig has made a similar decision (to move from Twitch to YouTube Gaming), the internet is divided between which platform is the best to stream on. The debut YouTube Gaming stream of Ludwig was held on 30th December, 2021. He was regarded as the one of the five favorite streamers of Dream.

While the exclusivity wars have raged yet again, experienced streamer Valkyrae has jumped in to give her opinion about the whole situation. And of course, she sided with YouTube Gaming over Amazon-owned Twitch.

What Did Valkyrae Say?

“There’s a sense of representation [on YouTube],” Hofstetter explained, “that I never felt like was there for Twitch. YouTube wants to treat me well and work with me.”

Valkyrae said: “That was one of the biggest reasons why I was very happy to move from Twitch to YouTube [in January last year], because the people behind the scenes made it very clear that they value my opinions.

“It’s that kind of thing that makes them the only real option I think.

“They pulled me from this whole other company. They always want to treat me well, and they’re always checking in to see if I’m doing okay, seeing what else I need. We work closely together and if I have something that I want them to do for the channel or website they’re always like, ‘done!’”

“I feel valued on YouTube. They make me feel important. On Twitch, that’s not really there. They have so many people on deals that you don’t get that feeling.”

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Shaheer is passionate about living a life seeking un-ending knowledge, philomath, as you may think of him. He's a student of Finance and a keen observer of Business and Indian-Political scenario who takes pleasure to pen down his views and opinions on the same. As his guiding mantra to life, ‘Come what may , life goes on’ helps.

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