The content creator known on the internet as Amouranth has responded to criticism of a user’s work by admitting that she has been online 19 hours a day. Does this reopen the debate on whether or not streaming should be considered a job?
Kaitlyn ‘Amouranth’ Siragusa has returned to the fray with some statements about his creation of online content, admitting that he becomes 19 hours a day preparing what he does.
Although this may seem like a trifle, it has once again reopened the debate on whether should streaming be considered a job or notsomething that is always criticized by many.
Amouranth is not the only one who would be willing to open the melon on this matter, since many stramers -Spanish or not- sometimes speak openly of the fatigue generated by spending hours and day after day generating this type of content.
The Tweet you can read through your wildkait alternate accountwhere she responded to a user who (although she said not to criticize her) advised her “try a 9 to 5 job for a few years“.
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“Those hours would be absolute child’s play.“, the content creator began without disheveled. But the thing did not end here and the tweet continued with some more details of his daily life.
“I’m about to go to sleep, it’s 7am“, in the tweet it was 2:03 pm Spanish time on July 20.”My team arrives at noon and I’m going to make some calls and work with them at ItsRealWork on calls and meetings“.
To which in the final steps of the tweet he admits and reaches the end point of all this: “On a normal day I would do a 14 hour stream after this.
I’ve been doing 19-20 hour days for literally years“, with which the response to this user’s tweet would be answered.
The hours would be an absolute cakewalk
I’m about to go to sleep, it’s 7am. My team comes in at noon and I’ll do some calls and work with them on @ItsRealWork calls and meetings.
On a normal day I’d stream 14 hrs after that. I’ve been doing 19-20 hr days for literal years pic.twitter.com/tFFSYM5Lzk
— Kaitlyn (@wildkait) July 20, 2022
To end her tweet and as a response to herself in thisHe says: “9-5 seems more like a retirement lol go out there with that speech“.
Remember that Amouranth has a very ambitious new project in hand and also explained the conditions that must be met to stop creating content on Twitch and other platforms
So we openly ask, do you consider that creating content like the live ones -or what Amouranth creates- should be considered a job?