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Welcome to my website! My name is Andrew, and I’m a professional YouTube creator and Twitch broadcaster since 2009. To date, my YouTube channel has reached over 30 million views and 100,000+ subscribers, which is something I'm incredibly proud of.
As a Twitch partner for over 5 years, I have been a featured broadcaster at TwitchCon and showcased on the Twitch front page several times while doing sponsored streams for Electronic Arts with The Sims franchise. On Twitch, I have reached over 41,000 followers and 1,200 active paid subscribers.
I'm also very active on Twitter with over 17,000 followers and an average of 650,000 tweet impressions every month. I also keep in touch with my community on Instagram, Snapchat, Facebook, and Discord. Feel free to contact me whenever and wherever you want!
|My Self Sim wearing a shirt of my mascot!|
Art by Oskar Vega, Custom Content by Arch129
Each year, Electronic Arts hosts an event called Sims Camp. It's an event where game developers invite some of their most influential creators and key opinion leaders to record exclusive gameplay footage of upcoming games. I've had the pleasure of attending these events five times, and you can see the sponsored content I made for The Sims here.
I have also done sponsored content for other companies, including Nintendo, Koei Tecmo, and Frontier Developments. In addition to that, I'm a partner with Discord and StreamLabs. I've been described as brand-safe and am always respectful and professional with my content. I'm very familiar with non-disclosure agreements, and I take them very seriously. Every single community manager I've worked with has been a wonderful partner in my journey so far. If you would like to collaborate, please feel free to contact me! My business email is: email@example.com
In 2016, I was so honored to be invited to St. Jude's Play Live Summit event where I helped raise money for their charity organization to help find a cure for cancer. Play Live is a massive success, and as of 2018, we have raised over $6,500,000 for the kids of St. Jude.
You can get involved here!
|Some amazing fan art!|
You can see more here.
Simply put, I love broadcasting and making videos. There's a reason I've stuck with it for nearly a decade. The community I've grown with has been one of the best things to happen in my life. I've befriended so many people who watch my content, and they feel like friends for life. In fact, there are even two couples that initially met in my stream that are now married! It's such an amazing thing to witness friendships blossom within my community.
If you're someone that has watched my videos or streams, I truly appreciate it. It's 100% thanks to your support by watching and subscribing that allows me to continue doing my dream job.
Recently I've been really into Fortnite: Battle Royale! I've been streaming it a ton on my Twitch channel and it's been so much fun going into battle with a bunch of you. After playing Battle Royale for a couple of months, I decided to look into Fortnite's other mode called Save the World. I was immediately intrigued after watching a trailer. With Save the World, you get to play a ton of different heroes and craft hundreds of unique weapons that aren't in the Battle Royale version. You also get to explore a bunch of randomly generated worlds and participate in several different types of missions and special events that are a lot of fun to go through with friends.
There's also a handful of very well animated cutscenes in Save the World. It's really cool to learn about the lore and world of Fortnite. Plus the voice acting cast is amazing, Ashly Burch who is one of my favorite voice actors plays a major role in the game as Ray, a robot who guides you through your adventures.
You can see my videos of Fortnite here:
Be sure to follow me on my Twitch for future streams of Fortnite Battle Royle and Save the World so we can play together some time!
Last year on Twitch I began the Not So Berry challenge! This legacy challenge was created by LilSimsie and Alwaysimming. You can find all the rules about the challenge here.
Recently on my YouTube channel I've been playing through The Sims Mobile which is now available for iOS and Android devices. I've always been very apprehensive about getting into mobile games, because more often than not they are designed with some rather expensive paywalls.
So far I've played the game for about three weeks and I've been legitimately enjoying the game so far. However I do feel some of the micro-transactions are way overpriced and there are a few mechanics in the game that I really hope they change and I go into detail about this in my YouTube series.
I would 100% avoid buying any of the item sets in the featured section of the shop, they are simply not worth it at all. Plus you unlock a majority of the sets later on in the game if you keep playing. You're much better off spending your SimCash to unlock all 4 playable Sims that way you can make money in the game much faster.
You can see the first part of my play-through of The Sims Mobile here:
Hope you enjoy the series and have a great day / night!