More Poker Players Are Turning To Twitch For Streaming

Last Updated on February 4, 2021 Author:Stefan Nedeljkovic

TwitchIn the world of poker, it has become easier for aspiring players to seek help from the pros and interact with them without having to meet them in person. Likewise, poker pros are able to connect with their fans and build a strong community.

Among the top online platforms today that promote engagement among gamers, including poker players and fans is the Twitch streaming platform.

Since its launch in 2011, Twitch has grown to become the world’s leading live streaming video service.

The platform is currently being used by a number of poker pros to stream their games and connect with their fans. At the same time, poker enthusiasts also subscribe to Twitch poker channels to learn from the pros and improve their skills.

One prominent player who just loves Twitch and is grateful enough for the services it offers is Evan Jarvis, founder of the popular poker training website Gripsed Poker.

Jarvis, who also runs a YouTube channel, had his first foray into the world of poker content creation back in 2008, but he temporarily took a break from it all and stopped playing the game for a while.

In 2019, Jarvis found himself reconnecting with his old passions in an attempt to bring back the element of joy and fun in his life, something he said was “missing” the entire time he was out from poker.

There are a number of top online poker players who have started live streaming on Twitch in the last couple of years. The experience has not only helped them build their brand name and fan base.

Twitch Brings Players and Fans Together

When Jarvis finally figured out what could make him feel alive again, he started to become active by live streaming his games, engaging with his fans, and helping like-minded people. Jarvis has been broadcasting his live poker gameplay on Twitch and he has built up quite a following.


The live streaming platform allows him to give instant feedback to his viewers with regards to their plays, and also enables him to offer real-time responses to poker-related queries from fans. Streaming without delay eliminates the need for viewers to wait for a few more minutes to get the answers to their questions. This direct connection boosts community engagement and strengthens the relationship between the broadcaster and his viewers.

Whether you are a professional poker player or a poker fan, we suggest checking out Twitch and using it to improve your poker mindset.

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Stefan nicknamed "El Kepa" he has been a passionate gamer and online poker player for more than fifteen years after realising Biology was no longer his thing...

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