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A bit about me: I've been streaming video games since August of 2013. My very first stream was of Heavy Rain, and I messaged my friend who was working at the time to test it out. I cheered loud enough for everyone on my block to hear me. Thus began one long and interesting journey into streaming.

I used to be a game journalist with AOL, and shortly after I picked up streaming I started producing content for an indie game site that's now defunct. Other credits include ZAM, Senshudo TV, Tecca, and other lesser-known blogs and video game sites.

I decided to drop my journalism pursuits and found a big interest in digital marketing, where I generate social media, SEO, blogging (duh), and read analytics on a daily basis. Streaming is not my full-time job, nor will ever be. I do my best to try and learn from my pursuits to apply them into the business world. For those that really enjoy my stream, feel free to subscribe via Patreon where you can get Pathogens. Germs are available too, but Gamewisp is soon going to shut down so I'll have to combine my currencies into one platform,

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