Hello, first of of all let us introduce ourselves. We are just a few esports and video games enthusiasts from Croatia, trying to create a project called TwitchTvGuide.
We are not associated, founded by, or connected to Twitch.tv in any way. We just want to create something that will help you to get to know esports with its good sides and the bad sides.
We want to talk about things like what happens when a young person leaves school or college for video games or streaming, are there any valid reasons for such decisions, whats it like to be a professional gamer or streamer, how much do they've invest in themselves to succeed etc.
We will discuss how Twitch.tv became the most popular streaming platform and how it broke boundaries as a video games streaming service where people don't just go to watch other people play games who but to socialize and enjoy gaming on another level.
Esports became mainstream long time ago. Not all streamers are watched cause they play a certain game. They have viewers, who follow them not only for the games they play or what they stream but because of their personality, character and appearance. We try to bring you all the information we can about them, how they became popular, what did they do before their streaming careers..
Of course we will represent new streamers, new channels and video games. We're hoping to create a database and we will use every platform that we can think of; social networks, our website, forums, online chats and emails.
And all of that sounds nice, except we are broke. We are trying to get money to promote via facebook, adwords and stuff like that because we need some publicity before we try to get interviews from streamers, or CEO's.
For now, we are creating content on the blogger service (because it's free). You can follow our modest start here: http://twitchtvguide.blogspot.com/#