"If my viewers want to come and hang out while I stream," she says, "they know it's just for a good time and I don't expect anything from them but their company." Morbid doesn't currently monetise her stream but her viewers frequently suggest she does, and she hopes to be partnered with Twitch someday.
The price of tokens varies from around $US0.08 to $US0.10 ($0.10 to $0.12), and performers receive $US0.05 cents ($0.06) per token earned.
Earlier this year, Twitch rolled out the Affiliate Program, which presents a large proportion of streamers with an in-platform way to monetise their channels.
Morbid says she feels a pressure to be entertaining while streaming on Twitch similar to what she experiences while camming.
She gets anxious before going on stream, just like she does before going on cam, and feels she has to establish a rapport with the people in the chat, regardless of the platform.
If you don't know much about camming, the concept is similar to streaming on Twitch -- only instead of playing a game, the performer, usually a woman, gets naked.
But like streaming, camming is also about much more than that.
I spoke with them about how streaming and camming are similar, how they diverge, and what platforms like Twitch can learn from the history of cam sites.
Camming has been around since webcams existed, much longer than the concept of streaming games -- My Free Cams, one of the largest cam sites currently in operation, was launched in 2002.
Glad to see this place back, sure some of you know me from round here among other sites. Love all kinds of fun, rough, loving gentle or nasty and filthy.
I'm quietish, calm, fun-loving with a taste for the outdoors flavoured man who knows what he wants! All that's required is an easy going personality a light heart, someone who... Mood will change day to day whether I'm domme, sub, or none of the above.
Turn ons : intelligence, respect, wit/sarcasm, laughter, dancing, good food.