Twitch Leak: Here’s how a lot Singapore’s prime streamers earn

Singapore’s prime Twitch streamer earned over $100,000 prior to now two years, hacked server knowledge from the gaming platform has revealed.

Wednesday’s leak of Twitch’s prime 10,000 earners ranked controversial Singaporean streamer Kiaraakitty at No. 1,645 worldwide and indicated that she made S$166,565 (US$122,586) since August 2019, adopted by S$105,394 (US$77,566) for two,738-ranked Arthars and S$86,178 (US$63,424) for Supercatkei, who’s No. 3,457 worldwide.

Kiaraakitty, who was accused of scamming a number of males in June, has amassed greater than 200,000 followers from her day by day vlogs and journey content material; Arthars has greater than 60,000 followers and is understood for streaming Final Fantasy XIV and first-person shooter video games; and Supercatkei is a full-time streamer who does dwell chats and gaming for her near 40,000 followers.

Other Singapore streamers raking in prime greenback embrace:

  • No. 4,391 YDCB with $69,004.5 (US$50,789)
  • No. 4,470 Stal with S$67,930 (US$49,991)  
  • No. 4,868 JulynnLau with S$62,692 (US$46,147)
  • No. 7,082 GoofGuy with S$44,592 (US$32,822)
  • No. 7,302 Wolfsbanee with S$43,424 (US$31,958)
  • No. 9,301 Sukasblood with S$34,343 (US$25,275.92)

None of the streamers had responded to Coconuts’ queries in regards to the leak as of publication time.

The hacked knowledge was initially posted to 4Chan on Wednesday. Twitch final night time confirmed {that a} server breach had allowed a “malicious third occasion” to entry its information. The streamers’ income contains subscriptions, donations and advertisements.

At the highest of the listing is CriticalRole, knowledgeable manufacturing that streams D&D classes to the tune of US$9.6 million since August 2019, adopted by Canadian streamer Felix Lengyel’s xQcOW channel, which earned US$8.5 million in the identical interval.

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