So, Twitch is pretty popular, right? Everyone seems to be using it, and that number will only continue to grow now that it’s made its way to the Xbox One and PS4. If you read this section often, you’re probably already familiar with our YouTube channel. I took it over almost exactly a year ago and the reception has been fantastic. Apparently, you lovely folks like watching me — and a few other talented souls — play horror games, and I appreciate that.
This leads me to my question: on a scale of yes to no, how interested are you in a Bloody Disgusting Twitch channel? It’d be a lot like what I do on YouTube already, only it’d be live so you can chat with me, and whoever else is streaming, in real-time.
I’ve been considering doing this for a few months now — I even made a channel — but before I make a decision either way I wanted to try and gauge your interest in something like this.
If you’re a fan of our YouTube channel and are at all worried that Twitch would mean less videos on YouTube, it won’t. If anything, it’ll mean more content on the channel. If you miss the livestream on Twitch, I’ll post edited down “highlight” videos of each stream.
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