Japanese artist Reol made $130k from a YouTube livestream
Posted on: 25 septembre 2020, by : Stuart Dredge

Can you make money from livestreamed music performances on YouTube? Japanese artist Reol certainly did: to the tune of $130k.
YouTube’s director of Black music and culture Tuma Basa revealed the figure in his appearance at Music Ally’s Sandbox Summit Global online conference yesterday alongside colleague T. Jay Fowler, director of product management.
Reol’s livestream had 181k views while it was airing, with fans buying ‘super chats’ (highlighted messages that stay pinned at the top of a video’s chat window) and ‘super stickers’ (animated stickers to help their chats stand out) to show their support.
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Source: Music ally

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