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Top Earning Twitch Slot Streamers Earn Over 40x Average American Incomes

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Time2play set out to learn who the top-earning Twitch slot streamers of 2021 are and found that high school teachers must work 40 years to match the top slot streamer’s annual income. At $62,285 average annual earnings, a high school teacher in the US makes just 1/40th of what 2021’s top-earning streamer ROSHTEIN makes in a year.

Using information gathered from the October 2021 Twitch data breach, publicly available viewing figures, and its own data as an affiliate marketer, Time2play has determined which slot streamers top the leaderboard when it comes to their earnings from advertising, subscriptions, and partnership deals.

The report also reveals how the income of top slot streamers compares to that of average Americans as well as how they measure up against the federal minimum wage of $7.25 per hour.

Monthly sponsorship earnings top $48,000 for top two slot streamers: ROSHTEIN and Trainwreckstv each pocket over $48,000 per month from sponsorships alone.

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Top hourly earner brings home 167 times the minimum wage: Pocketing $1,213.01 per hour of streaming, Trainwreckstv earns 167.31 times the federal minimum hourly wage.

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Rhino Entertainment has announced the arrival of John Cachia as Chief Commercial Officer

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Cachia joins after nearly two years as CCO at betting giant William Hill and previous roles at Mr Green, including Director of Commercial and Gaming and Head of Commercial. He assumes his duties immediately.

Ross Parkhill, Chief Executive Officer of Rhino Entertainment, said: “It’s fantastic to have someone of John’s ilk join our ambitious group. He has lots of very valuable experience, and I’m sure he will help drive further growth and develop all aspects of our commercial operations.”

The move is part of a restructuring at the company, which also sees Kristina Murgovska take on the role of Chief Product Officer.

Murgovska has climbed the ranks quickly at Rhino Entertainment, moving from Head of Product to Director of Product Development in three years. Before joining Rhino Entertainment, she spent three years at Gaming Innovation Group – first as Senior Front End Developer and then as Product Owner.

“Kristina is one of the sharpest product minds in the business and I am delighted to see her talent recognised,” Parkhill added.

Rhino Entertainment specialises in iGaming solutions, supporting leading brands like Casino Days and Buusti Kasino with best in class product development, UI and UX design, and marketing strategies.

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Patch Up & Display Your Love Of GGPoker At UK Live Poker Events To Win Prizes

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Players that wear GGPoker patches and tag #LoveGGPoker will claim free tickets and Tournament Dollars and can also receive free tournament entries

GGPoker today launches the Patch Me Up live events campaign, which rewards players in selected poker tournaments held in the United Kingdom that wear GGPoker patches and engage with GGPoker on social media.

Players that fly the flag for the GGPoker community at live events, no matter if they qualify via satellites or buy in directly, will be eligible to receive prizes. Participants must wear GGPoker patches, share photos of themselves playing on social media, using the campaign hashtag #LoveGGPoker, and Content Challenges to grab some of the Patch Me Up loot.

These #LoveGGPoker Content Challenges include:

  • Post the ‘Photo of the Day’

  • Receive the most social media post likes or retweets in a day

  • Have the biggest chip stack of any GGPoker community players

  • Build the best card tower

  • Perform the best chip trick

  • Post a photo with the highest number of players sporting GGPoker patches

The prizes will include tickets to GGPoker’s biggest online tournaments and Tournament Dollars that can be used to enter whatever GGPoker events the player prefers.

What’s more, ten players in each selected event will be chosen as the first to represent GGPoker in the subsequent live tournament, and those players’ buy-in to the upcoming tournament will be covered 100% by GGPoker.

GGPoker patches will be made available to those interested in taking part, either in advance or from GGPoker players participating in the tournament.

“We’re excited to be able to offer UK players something new and rewarding at live events. The world of poker is a wonderful mix of players from all walks of life and levels of play. All too often it is the top players of the game that reap the rewards; GGPoker wants to create something that shows how much we value players of all levels with rewards, regardless of where they finish in a tournament,” said Angela Martin, UK & Ireland Head of Marketing for GGPoker. “We’re truly passionate about poker and want to see more players creating entertaining content that celebrates poker, their experience at live events and their love for GGPoker!”

New GGPoker players are eligible to claim the poker room’s Welcome Bonus, earn even more rewards with the Honeymoon for Newcomers promotion and automatically join GGPoker’s Fish Buffet loyalty program, with regular cash prizes on offer.

To learn more about #LoveGGPoker and request GGPoker patches, please visit: https://promo.ggpoker.co.uk/patch-me-up/

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WePlay Academy League Season 4 talent team announced

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WePlay Esports will broadcast the tournament in English and Ukrainian in the homecast format. The fourth season starts on May 24.

The fourth season of the CS:GO tournament WePlay Academy League starts this week. The first, Group Stage will kick off on May 24 and run till June 6, with a possible tie-breaker held on June 7. During this stage, the two teams with the best performance will join the Playoff Stage. The rest of the teams will compete for the remaining two slots in the playoffs during the Gauntlet Stage.

Tournament organizer WePlay Esports will broadcast the tournament in English and Ukrainian in the homecast format.

English-speaking talent team:

  • Mohan “launders” Govindasamy
  • Conner “Scrawny” Girvan
  • Jamie “TheEternalJay” Martin
  • Joshua “Dweg” Nathan

To watch the English broadcast of the tournament, visit the WePlay Esports channels on Twitch and YouTube.

Ukrainian-speaking talent crew:

  • Aleksandr “Enkanis” Polishchuk
  • Yuriy “strike” Tereshchenko
  • Olesia “Olesami” Denysenko
  • Oleksii “yXo” Maletskyi
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