Online gambling while streaming has become a scene that has been rising in popularity at a constant rate. As a matter of fact, the global digital gambling market has been predicted to expand to a whopping $66 994 billion by 2025 from $44 317 billion as of 2019.
While people were hunkered down because of the ongoing pandemic, courtesy of covid-19, casinos provided gamblers with the opportunity to live stream betting, and YouTube tutorials taught people how to play poker. And ever since, there has been nothing stopping gambling streamers from having fun and earning money.
So, how does one become a gambling streamer and a successful one too? Let’s find out:
Since its origin, online gambling streaming has changed a lot, especially ever since the emergence of casino streaming. The number of casinos has also increased exponentially as they are also becoming aware of the benefits of gambling streaming in terms of traffic, brand awareness, and revenue. As a result, the number of streamers has also increased, making online gambling streaming a very competitive field.
So, before we even dive into the details of online gambling streaming and earning money from it, you need to remember that the competition in this field is ferocious. As soon as a new market gets identified, everyone goes for it.
It depends on the casino you are working with. For instance, working with a larger casino, you can expect to earn a lot. How much, though? The sum can vary anywhere from 5 000 EUR a month to up to 100 000 EUR every month in the case of bigger channels. This is, however, just an estimate and earnings can vary depending on the following and month.
Mathew Mizkif Rinaudo is a Twitch streamer with a decent following. Mizkif was offered $35 000 for one hour of gambling streaming by big casinos. He was offered to do these streams for ten continuous hours for a whole month. As surprising as it sounds, it is actually quite normal to earn tens of thousands of dollars every hour by doing such streams.
Mizkif, who was 26 years old at that time, declined the offer. He had also done five of such gambling streams earlier that year. According to Mathew Mizkif, he was getting paid $5 000 by sponsors apart from the money he was earning from his affiliate links. He stopped working with casinos soon after. Now, he only does non-gambling sponsorships.
And that is how much you can earn from streaming online and what you need to become an online gambling streamer. Keep in mind, the competition is ferocious, and it is going to take time before you even get noticed and get a chance to participate in the big leagues.
Moreover, apart from the money, online gambling streaming is an amazing way of creating good content, enjoying entertaining streams, making friends, and building a like-minded community who share the same interests as you.