Asian Andy is a Twitch streamer who is raking it in just by sleeping during live broadcasts.
“Sleep-streaming” has become a thing on the popular video streaming site and influencers like Asian Andy are making thousands of dollars with very little effort.
Heosu, the other half of the In Real Life (IRL) Twitch streamer EXBC, had a fateful encounter with a gentleman shortly after she told her viewers that she didn’t have a “white knight.”
The perfectly-timed wholesome moment happened when Heosu was waiting for her drink at a cafe in Korea.
A Twitch streamer was left shocked and appalled after catching a drunk man groping an unsuspecting woman on the streets of Japan.
The unpleasant footage understandably sparked outrage among netizens, with some calling the man a “degenerate.”
A year after announcing their engagement that left racist incels in misery, Canadian Twitch streamer STPeach and her Korean fiancé Jay Chae finally tied the knot.
The 25-year-old vlogger, whose real name is Lisa Vannatta, broke the good news in a two-second video on Twitter, with Jay giving her a kiss on the cheek.
Twitch streamer STPeach, whose real name is Lisa Vannatta, has endured harassment and ridicule from online bashers in the last couple of years for dating an Asian man.
American streamer Chris James Robb, also known by his Twitch name Cjayride, has made a lot of locals angry over his antics in Taiwan.
Was gonna go live soon, but I’m not mentally ready (or physically) after working on something important –it puts me in a bad mood because of the content.
A Korean streamer is winning love on the internet for his own rendition of John Denver’s hit “Country Roads.”
Jangwoo Cho, 23, live streams on Twitch and sings on YouTube.
Max ‘Hotaruz’ Bateman, the manager of “Overwatch League” team San Francisco Shock under NRG Esports, was fired on Monday after Twitch streamer Krystlin accused him of sexual assault.
Andy Miller, founder and chairman of NRG Esports and owner of Shock, took to Twitter earlier this week to announce that Bateman is no longer part of the company under NRG Esport’s zero-tolerance policy regarding sexual assault.