the money Elxokas charges for advertising on Twitch

Social networks continue to evolve and the variety of jobs generated around them continues to grow. One of the platforms that has gained the most popularity in recent years has been Twitch. This social network is owned by the company Amazon, Inc. and allows users to perform live broadcasts so that other people can see them, chat with them and “donate” money to them.

In Spain, a large number of content creators have “left” YouTube to move to Twitch due to the conditions and best financial compensation they receive from the platform for their work. In this sense, the Hispanic community is one of the strongest networks within this website. In recent months, Spanish-language ‘streamers’, as people who broadcast live are called, have reached higher figures than English-speaking creators. According to TwitchMetrics datalos users who visit the most are receiving during this month of April are: Auronplay, Ibai Llanos, Rubius, Juan S. Guarnizo, ElMariana and Elxocas.

What Elxocas earns

For the content creators we’ve mentioned above, their connections on Twitch are one of their main sources of income. Most of them receive huge amounts of money during their broadcasts either for the number of subscribers who sign up for your channel (although part of the price goes to Amazon) or by donations that your followers send so that your message appears prominently on the screen or is read aloud by a bot.

In addition to the benefits gained through these features, some popular streamers also work with brands to make ads for your products during live connections. As with television, companies contact them and pay them to promote their articles in front of the thousands of followers who are looking at the computer or the phone at that moment.

In this sense, Elxocas has recently commented on the amount of money he earns with these campaigns. In one of his broadcasts, the streamer counted to his viewers: “I have $13,500 worth of ads. In the last period I had, with a week of ads, $20,000“. And it is that, the amount that the companies pay for the promotions depends on the number of viewers they have. For this reason, Elxocas explained that the amount had varied so much due to the fluctuations in public that had been in recent weeks: ” In the last 30 days I had 18,736 viewers on average and streamed 30% fewer hours than last month.”

Source: LA INFORMACIÓN – Lo último by

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