XENTOZA Faq

(Frequently Asked Questions)

FAQ

FAQ’s about the course

Why is the course only for girls?

It is and it isn’t really. Anyone can do this course to learn how to stream on Twitch, improve their streams and how to take care of their health and wellbeing. But the course is tailored around a niche market of people who already have a following outside of Twitch. If you are a Male influencer on Facebook, Instagram or Tiktok you too can do this course and succeed. But some parts just won’t be relevant to you.

How Much Money Can I Make?

There are many ways to earn money on Twitch, subs, gifted subs, donations, Twitch bits, Ad revenue, sponsorships etc. This depends on numerous things, not just how many viewers you get or followers you have. But how you interact with your audience. What benefits are you willing to give if they sub to your channel? How interactive and entertaining are you with your audience? For example, I worked with a girl who had 19k followers on Instagram, averaged 100 views and earned more than $1,000 a week. But I also knew someone who had 800 to 1,000 views on Twitch and only made around $200 a week.

Why is it $30 a month?

The course is quite comprehensive and involves multiple aspects and software which is updating all the time. I don’t want this information to go out of date and become useless to you. So I will be continually updating and adding to the course over time. Plus, we have an affiliate program where you can earn a 50% commission on the course. So you only need 2 people to sign up, and you are getting your money back.

How can I be part of the Xentoza Stream Team?

Once you have completed the course, you can apply to be part of the team. You first need to reach Twitch affiliate status. One of the moderators will observe your streams over the coming months. If you fulfil the criteria of regular and constant streaming and meet the quality standards we uphold. Then you will be invited to join the team.

How To Cancel Subsciption?
I am already a streamer, will this course help?

Yes, the Xentoza course is tailored for people who have never even heard of Twitch. But I have worked with Twitch partners who have benefited from the knowledge in this course. 

FAQ’s about Twitch

How Much Money Can I Make?

There are many ways to earn money on Twitch, subs, gifted subs, donations, Twitch bits, Ad revenue, sponsorships etc. This depends on numerous things, not just how many viewers you get or followers you have. But how you interact with your audience. What benefits are you willing to give if they sub to your channel? How interactive and entertaining are you with your audience? For example, I worked with a girl who had 19k followers on Instagram, averaged 100 views and earned more than $1,000 a week. But I also knew someone who had 800 to 1,000 views on Twitch and only made around $200 a week.

Should I stream everyday?
When is best time to stream?

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