In the ever-expanding realm of online income opportunities, what if you could effortlessly generate money while you peacefully snooze through your eight hours of sleep? Amouranth, a prominent streamer and content creator, has recently stirred up discussions and raised eyebrows by revealing the staggering amount she earns each time she streams herself sleeping.
Amouranth Shares Jaw-Dropping Amount She Makes Each Time She Streams Herself Sleeping
Twitch, primarily known for gaming streams, is also utilized by individuals for casual chats or even streaming themselves sleeping, showcasing the platform's versatility beyond gaming content.
Amouranth, 29, has amassed a massive following of over six million on Twitch. She earns her livelihood through Twitch, OnlyFans, and various other business ventures.
Despite the initial perception of creepiness, there appears to be a substantial audience for watching others sleep, as revealed by Amouranth (real name Kaitlyn Siragusa) during her appearance on the Iced Coffee Hour podcast.
During the Iced Coffee Hour podcast, Graham Stephan, one of the hosts alongside Jack Selby, expressed his astonishment at the concept of earning income while being asleep. In response, Amouranth disclosed the significant amount of money she generates through this unique endeavor.
"If you count just on Twitch, probably like a couple of thousand dollars," Amouranth said. "But, if you count the conversions, potentially, to OnlyFans, while I’m sleeping, then maybe like $10,000-$15,000."
Amouranth explained that viewers have the option to raise money by donating during the stream, triggering alerts in an attempt to wake her up while she sleeps. This method serves as a way for her audience to actively engage and contribute to the stream.
Many may wonder why Amouranth doesn't simply record herself sleeping every night to sustain her income. However, the 29-year-old content creator revealed that scheduling complications can make it challenging to consistently stream her sleep sessions, thereby making it less feasible as a long-term strategy.
"Scheduling gets complicated because I might have a photo shoot the next morning or something," she said. "I feel like if you do it too much, it will become no longer a novelty."
Amouranth's sleep streams have not been short of widespread attention. In May of the previous year, renowned radio host and comedian Howard Stern found himself perplexed by the concept after stumbling upon one of Amouranth's streams, generating further curiosity and intrigue around her content.
After acquainting himself with Twitch and getting familiar with the platform, 69-year-old Howard Stern eventually discovered Amouranth's channel, leading to his exploration and subsequent encounter with her sleep streams.
“See, I wouldn’t watch this — one of the top Twitch streams currently is a live feed of just a hot woman sleeping,” he said. “You watch that? Is that good? What do they do?
“Do you think they’re really sleeping, or are they just pretending they’re asleep?” he asked. “You gotta be really hot to get dudes to pay to watch you sleep. …listen to this. Forty-four thousand people watching this woman sleep.”
Amouranth provided additional insights into her revenue streams, which encompass Twitch and OnlyFans, as well as investments in gas stations and real estate.
In a recent revelation, the streamer disclosed her diagnosis of ovarian failure, a condition characterized by the cessation of ovarian function and the premature cessation of menstrual periods before the age of 40.
Due to her diagnosis, Amouranth had to withdraw from a streamers' boxing event, leading to fans expressing their disappointment, prompting her to address the situation.
In a Twitter statement, the 29-year-old content creator shared her perspective, stating that she generally prefers to keep her medical matters private. However, she felt compelled to provide an explanation to her followers regarding a series of canceled prominent appearances. Amouranth revealed that she received news in March about her late-stage ovarian failure.
"I will be undergoing daily injections for 7-14 days during which I will (potentially) suffer from headaches, nausea, and aches, which would be no big deal, and was also warned against high-impact physical activities.
"I found out the seriousness of my diagnosis after I had already agreed to appear in the La Velada boxing event, and decided I would go forward with it and wait to do the injections until AFTER the event so that I could still compete. But due to extreme medical developments, I have to start them today."
Amouranth expressed her desire to push through the symptoms and participate in the boxing event. However, upon consulting with her medical team, she was advised against it, ultimately leading her to withdraw entirely from the event.