A biweekly show for local Edmonton streamers and beyond. Hosted by Jerid Elzinga (Jeridiculous) and Matthew Wozniak (itsWoz), join us as we bring on regular guests from the Edmonton Twitch Community to discuss streaming, video games, and offtopic tangents.
We summoned Spliffrite from the Ether to explain all the wacky devices and tools he has at his disposal and how they can be used to personalize your stream and make it truly memorable. Yah yeet.
Outro music composed by Spliffrite
Snackless is in a unique situation. She's a full time partnered streamer, while also maintaining a career as a teacher. It's possible to have it all, but it requires self-discipline and some sacrifice.
In addition to that, she's been active with charities such as Extra Life and St. Jude's for some time now. We took some questions from Twitter to learn more about these charities and how we can get involved.
Jerid, Woz and James (grumpel92_ttv) discuss their own experiences with burnout and go over strategies for prevention and how to get back into streaming after an extended absence. We end up mentioning "energy" a lot.
Now that the summer Meetup has passed, Jerid and Woz are joined by Mitch (BoomBoomRobot) to discuss how people visiting your stream can be convinced to hit that Follow button. We talk about how the Meetup went, what makes our streams unique, and the tools and tactics you can use to stand out from the crowd and get noticed.
This week we performed a dark ritual to summon our Assistant Community Manager, Shicara (DarlingMissNyx). A a manager of both an IRL community as well as her own online community, Shicara is in a unique position to have some spicy hot takes about the importance of surrounding yourself with likeminded people.
Local and online communities can impact one another and make streaming even more enjoyable for newbies and veterans alike. That's why you should RSVP for the Summer Community Meetup on June 15, coming to an Edmonton near you!
Award-winning creative streamer James (ARTSYFARTSY) takes us on a journey of pure imagination... into the world of creative Twitch streams. Turns out there's more to Twitch than Fortnite! Amazing!
In addition to learning about about James' artistic origins, we also get a better understanding of the vision he has for his channel and where he wants to take it, and the importance of creative variety on Twitch's rapidly growing platform.
Becoming an Affiliate is a big goal and a big accomplishment for new streamers. But what's the best way to get there? Jerid (Jeridiculous) and Bex (MostlyBex) have themselves walked the Path to Affiliate (twice in Jerid's case) and are here to guide you on your journey to untold wealth and fame (not really). Twitch has made it easier than ever to become an Affiliate and track your progress along the Path, but there are also some things worth considering that might not be so obvious to new streamers.
Just in time for Calgary Expo, Jerid (Jeridiculous) and Matthew (itsWoz) are joined this week by Cheryl (miss_chezza) to discuss cosplay, share con experiences and give advice on how to get the most from cons and expos.
Jerid (Jeridiculous) and Matthew (itsWoz) are joined this week by Connor (LoLKattt) to discuss streaming basics, for those interested in getting started with their own Twitch channels.
We also get to learn more about Connor, such as why he started streaming in the first place (not what you'd expect), and where his channel name comes from (also not what you'd expect).
We're making a podcast now. In this short but sweet introductory episode, Jerid (Jeridiculous) and Matthew (itsWoz) discuss this new project from the Edmonton Twitch Community and what you can expect from future episodes.