Gaming on Hub | I’m Hub Verified
At the beginning of the year, I was testing out several platforms to see what can hold my attention. I started buying the equipment that I needed to stream games on Twitch. I did not start doing it because of the hype that comes from successful streamers. To be honest, I don’t care too much about having a large following, which was what I found out after streaming for a few months. I am not a people pleaser, but I love playing games.
Most of the games that I enjoy are not first-person shooters (FPS) and although I love psychological thriller, horror genres, puzzles, and adventure games. I have a deeper love for games that are deemed too hot for TV.
Most of the games that I enjoy playing were explicit and twitch will not allow it on the platform.
So, what did I do? I signed up for the hub.
What Will I Be Doing On the Hub?
At first, I wanted to stream the games live but in actuality; We know the audience there is not visiting to watch someone streams a game. What I can tell you about my project for the hub is a series. I started the cinematic series of Sims 4 but then my laptop took a crap on me, so I was waiting to get a brand new one with better GPU and CPU to run video editing software to complete the next phase.
Alas, this was a great icebreaker when I am having a conversation with someone new. My friends also think this is hilarious, and they are patiently waiting for the series to release. I am thinking of a name right now for the series and creating tons of characters. Trust it, it doesn’t happen overnight. Put some effort into how your characters will look like, what type of behavior they carry, and so on and so forth.
For the time being, I am still working on this world of Sims, so check back in as I release tips and tricks on how to start up your gaming network.