Streamerin Kim “kkatamina” Mi-young has only been active on Twitch since May 2020 and is already the most subscribed woman the streaming platform. Over 56,700 users currently have a subscription for the kkatamina channel. Most recently, the streamer was able to use one Subathon attract tons of spectators.
Meanwhile, Kim Mi-young has been online continuously for almost ten days. Every subscription within the framework of the subathon extends yours Stream by 15 seconds. Your transfer would currently end on Saturday night – unless additional subscriptions are added.
Who is Kim “kkatamina” Mi-Young?
The streamer had her first breakthrough in November 2020 as part of the Minecraft server OfflineTV. Well-known names like Pokimane or Disguised Toast are members of this group. In addition to the “Just Chatting”-Kategorie kkatamina spent many hours with Valuing and Minecraft spent on Twitch.
Thanks to the subathon, the number of spectators has now also multiplied. While around 5,000 users recently attended their streams, the November average is already 12,865 viewers. Other well-known streamers like Valkyrae or Ludwig celebrated the record together with kkatamina.
Who has the current subscription record on Twitch?
Similar to what kkatamina organized Ludwig “ludwig” Ahgren held a subathon in April 2021 and was able to set the all-time record for most subscribers on Twitch. Over 280,000 users have subscribed to the streamer. In Germany, the cheapest level of a Twitch subscription costs 3.99 euros per month.
Which streamer had the record before kkatamina?
So far, the German-speaking DJane Sinta the most subscribed woman on Twitch with 52,992 subscribers. Well-known streamers like Pokimane (30,700 subscriptions) or also Amouranth (23,213 subscriptions) are well behind. However, neither of them have done a subathon yet.
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