Christian adds one more: Week 11 out of 10
The 10-weeks-challenge (becoming a Twitch Partner in only 10 weeks) is over. The goal was narrowly missed, but nevertheless Christian could show with his Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds sessions that you can achieve a lot in a very short time. Now the eleventh week since the beginning of the challenge is over and we want to give you a short summary before the channel of own3d.tv will start with a new concept next week.
News The events of the 11th week
Although the actual goal was not achieved, the 10-weeks-challenge was a success. In the eleventh week Christian gave everything again and with the support of own3d.tv he raffled a large amount of giveaways to the loyal community. The facts and figures of this week are impressive: 97 new followers and more than 30 average viewers speak for themselves. The highest average value of 50 viewers was reached on Friday. Sometimes even 79 viewers were watching. A complete success for Christian and the Twitch channel of own3d.tv.
At the end of the week, you could experience the cohesion of the community once again. After the raffle of the HP Omen Gaming Monitor, Christian decided to delight another channel. Anillaaa was chosen and 50 viewers joined the raid. Despite some technical problems with Streamlabs, this made the young PUBG streamer very happy. By the way, you can find all facts and figures of the week in the table below.
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Overall impression Overview of the 10-week-challenge
The overall picture of the 10-week challenge doesn’t disappoint either: The channel can now rely on the support of almost 800 followers and dozens of subscribers. The community is strong and loyal. So it’s not surprising that the own3d coffee cups raffled as giveaway are highly desireable. You can work with such regular viewers. This is why there are already plans for the coming week when the stream will be relaunched with a revised concept.
What's next? A look into the future
So what can you expect in the future? So far it was more like Christian did the main part of the streaming work and only in the late afternoon and evening other streamers went live. Starting next week, the own3d.tv channel will be regularly filled with content from up to ten different streamers. The focus will be on a balanced mix of fun and pro-gaming. The final goal the channel is working towards is a 24-hour program. So you can be curious.