Amouranth, Twitch streamer and “E-Girl” has begun to change course in her career, with Streamer Royale being her first major project.
After announcing she was leaving OnlyFans and investing more in production for Twitch, Amouranth has finally started pulling the trigger on the plan just days before her departure from the salacious site.
The Streamer Royale was a five-hour live event featuring several Twitch and YouTube personalities competing in various events to see who would come out on top. It gives a great insight into Amouranth’s plans for their future investments in productions.
Meowri, a streamer in the same style as Amouranth, prevailed, defeating the likes of MoistCr1tikal and Alinity. She helped achieve a viewership of over 25,000 concurrent viewers throughout the event.
At the start of the event, Amouranth for Streamer Royale commentators pointed out that none of the attendees actually knew what was going to happen throughout the day. Some suspected game-centric activity, but it was more in line with a Total Wipeout or Takeshi’s Castle scenario.
Contestants took part in things like the gladiator’s “duel,” in which streamers are given two large, padded sticks to knock each other down as quickly as possible.
There were also other games like finding flags in a large inflatable boat covered in bubbles, a direct nod to Amouranth’s whirlpool currents.
While the event was certainly different from other streamer-focused competitions held this weekend, it drew 25,000 concurrent viewers with very few drops mid-stream.
Oddly enough, Streamer Royale was sponsored by Fansly, a direct competitor to Amouranth’s main revenue stream OnlyFans. Though she says she’s leaving the adult content world behind in June, that hasn’t stopped her from using other brands to promote her own.
Some streamers like xQc weren’t there, but the response has been very positive and seems like the right step forward in Amouranth’s broader plan.
Exactly why xQc didn’t show up despite being invited isn’t clear, but he was playing slots at the same time the event was being streamed, which will only fuel further speculation about his gambling addiction issues.
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