‘Streaming‘ is when people put their video game play on a live stream, allowing other people to watch them play in real time. Streaming became popular in the early 2010s, first on dedicated streaming site Twitch, and later, on YouTube. The most popular streamers reach huge audience numbers by combining their excellent playing skills with funny commentary. While most streamers started doing it as a hobby, many have managed to turn it into a successful career.
‘Casino streaming‘ is the same thing, but with casino games instead of video games. People will stream their online casino gameplay to their audience, allowing them to see whether they’re winning or losing. Casino streaming allows people to enjoy the thrill of gambling, the pleasure of winning (and the disappointment of losing), without risking their own money. Now, since a lot of casino games are games of chance, it may sound a lot less exciting than video game streaming. But the appeal in many casino streamers lies in the fact that they think they’ve managed to crack the system to earn big wins. Whether they’ve really done so or not is up for debate – but that’s entertainment!