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DreamHack’s Blooming Creators Featuring TheJury94

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🌸🌱 Embrace ANZ’s Blossoming Talents with DreamHack’s Blooming Creators! 🌱🌸

As spring blossoms across Australia, we’re excited to explore the stories of up-and-coming talents featured in our Spring Showcase. 🌼🌟

Meet Jury, a gaming enthusiast who’s all about having a blast, keeping things wholesome, and sharing his gaming journey with everyone. His love for gaming started when he got his first PlayStation at the age of 8, and he’s been hooked ever since. Lately, he’s been diving headfirst into survival games and challenging himself with hardcore playthroughs. If you didn’t catch him at his panel or livestream at DreamHack, you can learn all about him below!

How did you first get into gaming and streaming?

I first started streaming a couple of years ago during COVID-19. I was playing a lot of

games and I figured that I would like to share my experiences with other people. At

the time I had no idea what was involved in streaming.

Could you describe your streaming style?

I like to be as real as possible, try to connect with my viewers, and overall, just be

their friend. I love helping others and seeing them grow and have been a part of

many groups with the goal to help each other grow.

What obstacles have you faced along the way, and how have you worked to overcome them and grow your channel?

The biggest obstacle has been mental load and burnout. It’s very easy to push

yourself way past your limit when you first start and this leads to you burning up and

being really hard on yourself. The biggest lesson for me was to take it easy and

schedule things out so I have time to fit streams in plus have time for breaks and

time with family.

How do you interact with your viewers and foster a positive and engaging community on your channel?

I see my community as friends, and I love to see how they have been, chat with

them about things that have been going on with their lives and share my own life

experiences to help everyone grow. I think it’s important to lead by example, so I try

to stay positive always and I believe that people feed off that and become more

positive themselves.

What are your aspirations for your gaming streaming channel?

I have recently become a father, so streaming has taken a backseat and I find it

difficult to commit time to streaming, however, I have been working on YouTube

content as its easy to manage that around family schedules. When life starts to

become a bit more stable, I would love to start streaming more regularly and

hopefully grow the channel to new heights.

Can you share a standout or memorable moment from your streaming journey so far?

There is no standout moment, but one thing that makes me glad to have

started this journey is that it has landed me a job in marketing, which is something I have

always wanted to do. A previous employer noticed what I had been doing and reached out

to me and gave me the opportunity to be a marketing co-ordinator, which has been one of

the best moves I have ever made in my career.

How do you manage your time between streaming, personal commitments, and possibly work or studies?

Lately it has been more difficult, and my priorities are with family, however having a

tight schedule is the most important thing. I might sound restricting, but knowing

what time you must accomplish things, or time you have to spend with family means

the time becomes better spent.

Have you collaborated with other streamers or content creators?

When I first started my journey I would have collaboration streams almost weekly. I

founded a group called Quicksave gaming which became a Discord community of

200+ Many of these members are my closest friends now. This was when I had the

most substantial growth, and I would highly recommend collaboration streams as

the best and easiest way to grow and be recognised.

Could you share some details about your streaming setup and the tech you use to ensure a smooth and high-quality stream?

I keep my stream pretty basic, so that there are less complications, but putting time

and effort into the preparation of my stream is what really helps.

How important do you think it is for streamers to give back to their community and beyond?

One of the more successful (yet maybe more controversial IYKYK) I hosted an

Overwatch tournament which was really fun and was a great way to get many

communities together and expose different people to other.

Thank you, Jury, for chatting with us! For those eager to catch his Twitch streams, you can every Sunday from 7:30 PM to 11 pm AEST. 🌱✨

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