Female streamer Amouranth is creating a chance to “win the lottery” for her fans with her $5000 cryptocurrency.
For gamers who have followed popular streamers in the international gaming industry, most have probably heard of the name Amouranth. Female streamer Amouranth is one of the popular names on many platforms and applications such as Twitch, YouTube, TikTok, Twitter, … and is also known as “the sexiest female streamer in the world” by a large number of followers.
Amouranth is known for many roles such as cosplayer, gamer, model, streamer, etc.
Currently, Amouranth’s main job is livestreaming on Twitch with 18+ content such as ASMR, cosplay showing off her figure, etc. But her popularity as well as her huge source of income is generated from 18+ photo and video content. on paid tracking platforms.
Recently, this female streamer played big when she announced to give fans $ 5,000 to greet the new year 2022. Accordingly, this $ 5,000 amount will be transferred to fans via Clifford Inu cryptocurrency.
The female streamer announced ‘give away’ on her personal Twitter.
According to many gamers, this amount is not equal to “spending money” on 18+ toys or Amouranth’s sophisticated cosplay. Because a few months ago, Amouranth spent hundreds of thousands of dollars to buy a gas station and “fog” business, so fans think that her $5,000 amount is only “symbolic”, especially when it was a cryptocurrency with an unstable value.
Amouranth often shares “trailers” of 18+ content on social networking sites.
Based on information revealed by female streamer Amouranth, she is an American, her real name is Kaitlyn Siragusa and was born on December 2, 1993. Since her popularity began when she cosplayed and went to a game event, since then she has continued to “specialize” in her cosplay and brought fans “eye-catching” photos. ” viewers.
A series of photos showing off Amouranth’s sexy figure in all kinds of costumes from cosplay to bikini.
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