El fenómeno de Twitch: el auge de los jugadores famosos

by | 18 de May | General, Youtube | 39 comments

Quizás se pregunte cómo Ninja, un chico de Lake Villa, Illinois, llegó a donde está jugando videojuegos. Y es posible que también se pregunte cómo diablos logró que Drake jugara videojuegos con él ante una audiencia de 600,000. Bueno, todo es gracias en parte a Twitch. Pero, antes de que twitch ayudara a poner a los jugadores en los titulares y convertirlos en celebridades, era solo un niño con una cámara web que intentaba convertirse en el mayor magnate de los reality shows del mundo. La lista de cortesía se puede encontrar en: https://www.scribd.com/document/374744910/Courtesy-List-Twitch-Phenomenon Música utilizada bajo licencia de Associated Production Music LLC («APM»). Consulte theScore esports en Android e iOS: Android: http://thesco.re/esportsAndroidYT iOS: http://thesco.re/esportsiOSYT Síganos en Twitter: http://twitter.com/thescoreesports Síganos en Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theScoreesports Síguenos en Instagram: https://instagram.com/theScoreesports Síguenos en Snapchat: theScoreesports

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39 Comments

  1. Mike Alvarez

    THEY HAVE IT WRONG IS STAR WARS CONVENTIONS

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  2. beL

    he now makes like than a lot bc of HATERS tbh

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  3. kalvin

    I now understand why Rupert Murdoch sold Fox.

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  4. Zerozone

    Youtube's Sibling

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  5. Sebbe

    "League of the legends, the most popular game of that time". League is still the most popular game

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  6. Dr Zombonis

    Mainstream media is going to fuck up the gaming community, I hope I'm wrong but I see the large corporations eventually taking over and deciding what will happen. Hollywood all over again.

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  7. Christ vargas

    It’s cute watching mainstream media make fun of twitch when we got peeps sitting in front of their monitor in the PJs pulling more viewers than their production quality TV channel.

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  8. xxyz

    mainstream media is laughing because they dont understand how and that scares them.

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  9. Wafflyy

    no shroud no twitch bud

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  10. H0lan

    Support is so easy dude!!!!!!

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  11. Joe Shelton

    Props to not using Ninja in the title and click baiting. Respect it

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  12. cory_i

    Congrats to Ninja for his success, but holy crap do I find him annoying.

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  13. Adam Baugh

    Where are you getting your concurrent viewership numbers for the 2013 League of Legends World Championship??? Multiple sites have it reported as 8.5 million, including the League of Legends website (https://na.leagueoflegends.com/en/news/esports/esports-editorial/one-world-championship-32-million-viewers). In addition, many of the viewership figures you had in that part of the video are the viewers across ALL broadcast platforms, not only Twitch. If those records were all on Twitch, the consecutive concurrent viewership records made by ELEAGUE through their CSGO majors wouldn't be records at all. While you didn't explicitly say all those viewers mentioned were on Twitch, it seemed like you implied it.

    I know that small mistakes like that can happen but this isn't the first time that small factual errors have been in your videos. Please do your best to make sure your information is correct by double-checking the facts before you release a video. You all make quality content that is often the first exposure/impression people get on esports or certain stories in esports; make sure that their first experiences are accurate and truthful. Due to the fact that many people are so new to the scene, they'll probably take your word as fact unless they do more digging. Again, you all create high quality videos but make sure you double check everything before you release them 🙂

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  14. Luccessi

    Kind of downplayed the importance of how the prolonged closure of Own3d allowed for the sudden increase of Twitch services by professional gamers at the time, although that does not solely explain the growth explosion seen in these charts.

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  15. Alex San Lyra

    It's so hilarious to see the old school TV hosts' minds blowing over the numbers… like, get over yourselves, you're not as big a deal as you thought you were… not anymore…

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  16. HoJack Borseman

    This channel rocks…awesome content every time

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  17. Muftaay

    The 6 year old brother of a friend watches random videos on youtube of fortnite (and even plays it sometimes..). He even watches ninja and the thing is, he doesn't understand a single word of english, but when ninja screams he laughs his ass off. Like wtf!? Even in so many schools the 10 year olds play fortnite together. Fortnite is the new minecraft, perfect game for kids because it has Comic style graphic, is f2p, and every fucking idiot wins from time to time because it is so ridiculously random.

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  18. Hoody Toad

    To all gamers who read this comment, i just wanna say, we've come a long long way, so let's have a toast for all of us, the new normies of this new era!

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  19. dudeonthasopha

    I remember when ninja was a <2k viewer streamer that everyone complained about when summit played with him. It's crazy how much he grew.

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  20. Jaosix

    F OMEGALUL RTNITE

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  21. Kuekuatzu_

    Every time i listen to people talk about videogames on tv i get the need to punch someone. So much missinformation and lack of interest

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  22. jesse james

    man i love pretty much every video from this channel

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  23. Romeo Barnes

    “Support is so easy dude” classic

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  24. i .i

    i still remember the first day i found justin.tv ……i feel old

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  25. WAstateofmind

    People are shocked as if athletes haven't been getting overpaid for decades now. 🙂

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  26. awengg

    Twitch > every sports channel

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  27. THE BASED GOD

    LOL YOU FUCKS USED FLOE AS THE EXAMPLE OF SUBS AND SUB TIERS.

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  28. karan nashine

    Awesome Video glad to see u guys have started posting videos which cover esports stories about the community at large and not just specific to few games ! Keep it up !

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  29. Ryuuji

    Love the vids!

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  30. Nic Mac

    Dude why are the stats only from 2011-2013
    Damn we are living in 2018

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  31. EfrosxD

    rubius just reached a million viewers on a youtube streaming xd

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  32. merlingt1

    Main stream media dinosaurs interviewing the future.

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