Pokimane and Disguised Toast open up about their views on subscribers vs casual viewers – Star streamers Pokimane and Disguised Toast convey their feelings about viewers on their channel, such as the ones that subscribe to their channel and the ones who are casual viewers. Both streamers had quite the same opinion on this topic which they further detailed in the OfflineTV podcast.
In one of the recent OfflineTV podcasts popular streamers Pokimane and Disguised Toast revealed the way they feel about different categories of viewers on their channel. They were questioned about how much attention they provide to their subscribers and whether or not this is more important than other types of viewers.
Pokimane and Disguised Toast open up about their views on subscribers vs casual viewers
Starting off with the answers both Poki and Toast made it clear that someone paying them over casual viewers should be given more priority. However, there is more to it if discussed on a deeper level.
Toast jokingly added, “if you’re given $5 a month and you know, everyone else is just leeching free entertainment, f**k those guys.” Poki continued by saying, “they’re not even paying for their damn WI FI and they’re watching from McDonalds.”
Toast mentioned that there are some streamers who really hate casual viewers as they don’t earn as opposed to subscribers. “That’s weird,” agreed Pokimane. “Like you have never had the money to subscribe? You know what I mean?” Toast then confirms “Yes. But some people just really love money.”
Talking about her audience is something Pokimane does pretty often when streaming. The streamer is candid about her experiences with internet trolls and her wish to see people like them held responsible for their derogatory and damaging statements.
Both Pokimane and Disguised Toast have prioritized their viewers and their opinions. They have never shied away from addressing sensitive issues. Similarly, while talking on this topic, they were clear enough to understand the difficulties that many viewers face to subscribe to their channel.