You name it, we saw it: girls-streamers in the Russian Internet

2017-07-10

Twitch audience, especially the Russian segment, doesn’t like girls-streamers. The majority of users consider them to be stupid dolls in low-cut blouses or yet another “karina-streamers”.

There is no doubt that such an opinion didn’t come from anywhere but it is not the whole picture. Let us introduce two girls-streamers from CIS demonstrating different variants of content popular on Twitch and YouTube.

From porn – to Dota 2

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Rrradiocat channel has only one video of a 17-minute stream but there are over 5 000 subscribers, It isn’t clear why Alexandra Naboka stopped her Twitch activity, maybe because the service didn’t meet her financial expectations after success in porn chats. Alexandra began her Internet career from adult resources.

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“Yes, I was streaming Dota 3 on Twitch during some time. But since it wasn’t interesting to watch it because of low skills in the game and streaming being full of stupid women, I stopped it. I didn’t want to be a part of it,” the girl said.

She’s far more active on her YouTube channel. One of her main topics is a popular eSports game Dota 2. Nevertheless, she doesn’t have plenty of subscribers on this platform – around 7 700. Her Instagram is better – 26 600 subscribers.

From a hobby to an eSports career

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The next girl has another approach to streaming. Having finished her career in athletics, Vladyslava “Vladyslava_Z” Zahlebina engaged in eSports. She showed good results in CS:GO - on the professional stage and as HellRaisers manager.

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She is now working together with the Ukrainian CS:GO team. The girl analyzes and comments matches as well as does some streaming. There are approximately 31 000 subscribers on her Twitch channel “Vladyslava”. Her achievements also include participation in “The battle of gamers” on YouTube.