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July 1, 2023

Streaming Herself Sleeping On OnlyFans Can Earn Twitch Star Amouranth $15,000 Daily

Kaitlyn Siragusa, better known as Amouranth, has said that sleeping generates much income for her. According to Amouranth, some of her most lucrative streams are those in which she falls asleep on the podcast “The Iced Coffee Hour.”

Amouranth has 6.4 million followers on Twitch, making her one of the most prominent female creators on the platform.

As well as being a gamer, she is known for her hot-tub streams, ASMR content, and presence on OnlyFans.

In addition to her business ventures, she has made headlines for her sales of bath water and fart jars, which she sells for $1,000 each. She has been banned multiple times since joining the platform in 2016 but has been reinstated each time.

According to a series of tweets Amouranth made on Monday, she had been diagnosed with late-stage failure of the ovaries, in which the ovaries cease to function and the period ceases before age 40.

According to Amouranth, streaming for 10 to 12 hours was the best way to grow her platform early on. It was at that point that she decided to try sleep streaming.

The idea is to keep the camera on while you sleep, she explained. In addition, women’s streams are more sexual, whereas men’s streams are typically disrupted by their audiences and wake them up.

Many comments featured people hoping she would forget she was streaming and undressing. Despite this, she said she can often sleep through anything while streaming.

It is difficult to quantify how much Amouranth makes per sleep stream, but she estimates that she makes around $2,000 on Twitch, where the streams are conducted.

However, she would make significantly more on OnlyFans, since the streams would drive her audience to OnlyFans, where they could spend money on other adult content.

“I suppose you can count the conversions to OnlyFans while I am sleeping since they are clicking links and so on,” she said.

It was asked by the hosts why Amouranth did not do that every night, and she responded that it was all about “scheduling.”

Furthermore she said, scheduling becomes difficult since she may have a photo shoot the following morning.

However, she suggested she might invite other women over, and they could stream themselves getting ready for bed as a group. “My feeling is that if you do it too often, it will cease to be a novelty,” she commented.

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