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“Getting Paid to Sleep” – Amouranth Unknowingly Quotes Business Tycoon Warren Buffet Benchmark While Reflecting on Her Sleep Streams

Published 06/02/2023, 10:30 AM EDT

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Legendary investor Warren Buffett once said, ‘If you don’t find a way to make money while you sleep, you will work until you die.’ And it looks like Twitch streamer Amouranth has also adopted the ideology. Today, the content creator ranks among the elites, owning multiple businesses across industries. Not to forget her successful OnlyFans, Twitch, Fansly, and Youtube career, allowing her to churn enough profit. 

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However, Amouranth recently revealed a secret way where she actually earned money without working. She was featured on the 100 Thieves podcast, revealing new details from her personal life. But, her claims about her earning without working were simply riveting.

Amouranth reveals how she cashed out big cheques from Twitch without working 


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Recently, 100 Thieves started their new podcast, ‘That’s what she said.’ Led by BrookeAB. The show features female streamers talking about their lives in the Esports world. Previously, they invited xChocobars and she talked about the cons of streaming in an episode that episode turned out to be an enticing watch in itself.

Continuing the trend, Brooke has now invited Amouranth to talk about her life. In the hour-long episode, the duo spoke about OnlyFans, business, ways to make money, and more. However, one bit grabbed every fan’s attention as it mentioned how Amouranth made money without working. 


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For those uninitiated, the content creator would stream for 10-12 hours during her struggling days. The broadcasts would be divided into multiple bits that featured dancing, gaming, ASMR, and more. But well, we all know that streaming for 12+ hours is no joke, so Amouranth would sleep off on-stream multiple times. 

This helped her maintain a steady viewership and cash out thousands of dollars despite resting. Here’s what she said while talking about it. “when I was really consistent it was like 10 to 12 hours a day.” Then, the content creator also revealed the time she almost clocked over 400 hours of streaming in a month. 


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“There was one there was like a time where I think my monthly hours were like 350 to 400 or something some of those were sleep streams to be fair but it was still alive okay so with the Sleep streams,” Amouranth said. 

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And then, she spoke about how it was easy for her to sleep as her brain was conditioned that she was getting paid for it. “I slept better because I could justify it in my mind to sleep longer because I was getting paid to sleep.”


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That leads us to the question, would you ever be comfortable sleeping while streaming, or do you need pin-drop silence before you can pass out? 

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Atharv Phadke


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Atharv Phadke is a senior eSports writer at EssentiallySports known for his expertise in covering content on streamers and first-person shooter (FPS) games. His passion for Call of Duty stems from his early days as a gamer. At EssentiallySports, Atharv's work has garnered widespread attention, particularly his exclusive interview with popular Twitch streamer Amouranth.
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