• XP: 245
    Attention Ladies and Gents! Before I leave twitch for my winter break, I am throwing (PART 2 OF) the biggest community game night ever! AND YOU ARE ALL INVITED! https://www.twitch.tv/tlandergaming
    Attention Ladies and Gents! Before I leave twitch for my winter break, I am throwing (PART 2 OF) the biggest community game night ever! AND YOU ARE ALL INVITED! https://www.twitch.tv/tlandergaming
  • XP: 435
    馃敶 LIVE NOW! 馃敶

    [UK] Did you Hear About the Pokemon that Caught COVID-19... It Was Koffing!

    First Play of Pokemon Brilliant Diamond Lets GO Smug Squad! Third Gym Badge!

    Doing Random Beanboozled for Subs! 15% Towards my Donation Goals for my Logo, Emotes and Merch!

    Who's your Favourite Pokemon? I love the Mew but I plan to Transfer him to Shield!

    https://twitch.tv/cptsmugface

    #twitch #streamer #videogames #twitchstreamer #twitchaffiliate #gamer #gaming #Pokemon #PokemonShiningPearl #Pokemonbrilliantdiamond #PokemonBDSP
    馃敶 LIVE NOW! 馃敶 [UK] Did you Hear About the Pokemon that Caught COVID-19... It Was Koffing! First Play of Pokemon Brilliant Diamond Lets GO Smug Squad! Third Gym Badge! Doing Random Beanboozled for Subs! 15% Towards my Donation Goals for my Logo, Emotes and Merch! Who's your Favourite Pokemon? I love the Mew but I plan to Transfer him to Shield! https://twitch.tv/cptsmugface #twitch #streamer #videogames #twitchstreamer #twitchaffiliate #gamer #gaming #Pokemon #PokemonShiningPearl #Pokemonbrilliantdiamond #PokemonBDSP
  • I need a favor, I've been doing tons of behind the scenes work and I'm wondering if it's working 馃

    Could you please search up Destructive Gaming on Google and tell me where I am in the search results?馃檹
    I need a favor, I've been doing tons of behind the scenes work and I'm wondering if it's working 馃 Could you please search up Destructive Gaming on Google and tell me where I am in the search results?馃檹
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  • XP: 2720
    The Moment when i Thought I beat Gannon on Ocarina of Time but was told i needed the final blow...(BEATING GANNON TOOK ME 2 HOURS...) you can catch more of these clips on my channel anytime and or make some clips of your own whenever im being derpy https://www.twitch.tv/danhuntergaming/clip/SpineyDaintyWalletPastaThat-jg2ONNJYPKYM2eyQ?filter=clips&range=all&sort=time
    The Moment when i Thought I beat Gannon on Ocarina of Time but was told i needed the final blow...(BEATING GANNON TOOK ME 2 HOURS...) you can catch more of these clips on my channel anytime and or make some clips of your own whenever im being derpy https://www.twitch.tv/danhuntergaming/clip/SpineyDaintyWalletPastaThat-jg2ONNJYPKYM2eyQ?filter=clips&range=all&sort=time
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    Twitch is the world's leading video platform and community for gamers.
  • 馃毃FROM MY COLLECTION馃毃

    One of my favorite generations in gaming was the PS2 era, I was a teen during that time, and had lots of time to play games.

    One of my favorites was Max Payne (2001) by Remedy Entertainment. The gunplay in this game was revolutionary at the time, and I couldn't get enough of the action movie style this game had.

    I was 13 at the time and loved action movies and action heroes, so this almost was the perfect game for me to play at the time. It was rated M for Blood and Violence, but my mom was okay with me playing violent games.

    I recently started Max Payne 3 and I kind of want to go back to the original and see how it has aged. It is also interesting to note that GTA V gunplay was first tried in Max Payne 3, and now is used in their biggest titles! (GTA IV & V, RDR 2)

    On #GGsOnly
    馃毃FROM MY COLLECTION馃毃 One of my favorite generations in gaming was the PS2 era, I was a teen during that time, and had lots of time to play games. One of my favorites was Max Payne (2001) by Remedy Entertainment. The gunplay in this game was revolutionary at the time, and I couldn't get enough of the action movie style this game had. I was 13 at the time and loved action movies and action heroes, so this almost was the perfect game for me to play at the time. It was rated M for Blood and Violence, but my mom was okay with me playing violent games. I recently started Max Payne 3 and I kind of want to go back to the original and see how it has aged. It is also interesting to note that GTA V gunplay was first tried in Max Payne 3, and now is used in their biggest titles! (GTA IV & V, RDR 2) On #GGsOnly
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  • XP: 35
    Rearranged my work and gaming area.
    Time to get back to that LIVE button tonight!!
    Rearranged my work and gaming area. Time to get back to that LIVE button tonight!!
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  • XP: 395
    Good news everyone! I am streaming some #ESO over on Twitch now! We are just chillin and nerding! Always down to meet up to nerd out!

    #dwarvenarmy #ThePactCommunity #TESO #TESOfam #nerdlife #streamerslife #PrimalGang

    https://www.twitch.tv/dwarfmangaming66
    Good news everyone! I am streaming some #ESO over on Twitch now! We are just chillin and nerding! Always down to meet up to nerd out! #dwarvenarmy #ThePactCommunity #TESO #TESOfam #nerdlife #streamerslife #PrimalGang https://www.twitch.tv/dwarfmangaming66
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    Twitch is the world's leading video platform and community for gamers.
  • XP: 285
    Are you doing CTAs in your stream? Do you know what a CTA is? If not, keeping reading. If you find this helpful, please drop this old man a follow on Twitch (https://www.twitch.tv/liveopenmike) and check out a stream this week.

    CTA stands for Call to Action. If you've ever watched a content creator on Youtube, you've heard it before. "If you like this video, be sure to drop a like, let me know in the comments, and be sure to subscribe to the channel. A lot of them even have a fancy little animation that plays to remind you to do it. The third sentence of this very post is a CTA.

    CTAs are powerful tools if used correctly.

    Think about it. We all know we CAN follow, sub, and host people we enjoy on Twitch, but if someone is watching you live, they might leave the stream, never to return. If you find a streamer via the recommended feed, a raid, or on a group like this, how likely are YOU to backtrack later and find them again? Be honest with yourself. If the name isn't easy to remember (another post coming on Twitch names) or you don't remember how you found that streamer, you're not going back again. Now imagine YOU are that streamer people keep dropping in on and never coming back. Most of us are in that boat. We know how it feels. A little nudge goes a long way.

    If someone is in your stream, especially if you're having a good stream (big highlights, funny moments, good conversation), be sure to slip that in there. "Hey chat, did you like that quadruple kill? Clipping that for sure! Hey, while you're here, remember to click that little heart to follow my channel. I play every Monday..." I would probably focus on follows and hosting, since those are free. Asking for a subs always feels iffy to me.

    Make sure it's organic and a natural flow of the show you're putting on. If you're completely silent for 5 minutes, then you pop up with a CTA, it doesn't work. It'll come off like begging and you don't want that.

    If you found this helpful and or informative, please drop a react on it so I feel better about myself and let me know in the comments. We're all in this together. See, another CTA.

    Onto the shameless self promotion.

    ----------------------------------

    Some people in the throes of a midlife crisis buy a sports car. Some get drastic haircuts. I bought a Quest 2 VR headset when I turned 40 because I totally fell in love with VR gaming. Now I want to share it with everyone. I play action games every Tuesday, puzzles & mysteries on Thursdays, & family friendly platformers on Saturdays.

    If you've been curious about VR gaming, but didn't know where to find out more info, swing through my channel. Let me know in chat if you've never seen VR before or just have questions. I will pull up mid stream to answer anything you want to know.

    https://www.twitch.tv/liveopenmike
    Are you doing CTAs in your stream? Do you know what a CTA is? If not, keeping reading. If you find this helpful, please drop this old man a follow on Twitch (https://www.twitch.tv/liveopenmike) and check out a stream this week. CTA stands for Call to Action. If you've ever watched a content creator on Youtube, you've heard it before. "If you like this video, be sure to drop a like, let me know in the comments, and be sure to subscribe to the channel. A lot of them even have a fancy little animation that plays to remind you to do it. The third sentence of this very post is a CTA. CTAs are powerful tools if used correctly. Think about it. We all know we CAN follow, sub, and host people we enjoy on Twitch, but if someone is watching you live, they might leave the stream, never to return. If you find a streamer via the recommended feed, a raid, or on a group like this, how likely are YOU to backtrack later and find them again? Be honest with yourself. If the name isn't easy to remember (another post coming on Twitch names) or you don't remember how you found that streamer, you're not going back again. Now imagine YOU are that streamer people keep dropping in on and never coming back. Most of us are in that boat. We know how it feels. A little nudge goes a long way. If someone is in your stream, especially if you're having a good stream (big highlights, funny moments, good conversation), be sure to slip that in there. "Hey chat, did you like that quadruple kill? Clipping that for sure! Hey, while you're here, remember to click that little heart to follow my channel. I play every Monday..." I would probably focus on follows and hosting, since those are free. Asking for a subs always feels iffy to me. Make sure it's organic and a natural flow of the show you're putting on. If you're completely silent for 5 minutes, then you pop up with a CTA, it doesn't work. It'll come off like begging and you don't want that. If you found this helpful and or informative, please drop a react on it so I feel better about myself and let me know in the comments. We're all in this together. See, another CTA. Onto the shameless self promotion. ---------------------------------- Some people in the throes of a midlife crisis buy a sports car. Some get drastic haircuts. I bought a Quest 2 VR headset when I turned 40 because I totally fell in love with VR gaming. Now I want to share it with everyone. I play action games every Tuesday, puzzles & mysteries on Thursdays, & family friendly platformers on Saturdays. If you've been curious about VR gaming, but didn't know where to find out more info, swing through my channel. Let me know in chat if you've never seen VR before or just have questions. I will pull up mid stream to answer anything you want to know. https://www.twitch.tv/liveopenmike
  • XP: 2685
    hey everyone, streaming for the 3rd time in a long time, trying to hit level 2 on #Trovo, would love to see you all there.
    come say hello and become a resident of the Mogwai Mansion
    https://trovo.live/GizmoGamingTTV
    hey everyone, streaming for the 3rd time in a long time, trying to hit level 2 on #Trovo, would love to see you all there. come say hello and become a resident of the Mogwai Mansion https://trovo.live/GizmoGamingTTV
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  • XP: 860
    For any of you that love board games like myself, one of the gaming company's that support me has developed a new game that you can play on Steam or Android! Go try it out for free, give them a 5 star rating, and tell them Slade sent you!
    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=dev.kneeshaw.oldsalt
    For any of you that love board games like myself, one of the gaming company's that support me has developed a new game that you can play on Steam or Android! Go try it out for free, give them a 5 star rating, and tell them Slade sent you! https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=dev.kneeshaw.oldsalt
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    Old Salt - Apps on Google Play
    A Naval Strategy With No Reinforcements On The Way.
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