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In abroad teenagers started earning money by playing games but in India earning money by playing games is not possible. This is sad..

Question : I am playing on Android and watching the gamers/streamers play on YouTube on their channel. These gamers are from Japan, USA and other countries. They live stream on apps like Twitch and Discord. Now the surprising thing is these 14 to 25 years old gamers earn from YouTube channel, sponsors on YouTube, hardcore viewers who donate money on the live stream, maybe from Discord and Twitch company also. They also earn good money from the gaming tournaments they play. So they enjoy playing games (which every child in India does) and get so much money in return at such a young age whereas the students in India are preparing for engineering or medical exams. As a teenager, this is indeed sad that we're going to earn after 4 years of college whereas they start earning only from the age of 15 years.

Dear Teentalker,

Thanks for sharing your concern.

It is great to see you're interested in game streaming and becoming a content producer online. And I completely understand the fears you have right now about not being able to earn until you reach college. However, what you do need to understand is that these streamers didn't get the popularity they have today in a few days. Take for example Ninja who streams Fortnite. It took a lot of hard work and really good content to make him popular and attract sponsors. What this means is that you should start now, however, focus on the content. People love watching and pl.....

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