On April 12th, top Twitch streamer and content creator Kaitlyn “amourant” Siragusa announced their intention to leave OnlyFans this June. She tweeted that she had a $350,000-$400,000 investment in Twitch and that she had plans to move “influencers” and the “creator economy” into what has traditionally been the domain and competency of legacy media.” She promised more details later this week.
According to the twitch leak and the unofficial TwitchTracker, Siragusa is the most watched and second highest earning female creator on the platform. She is the face of Twitch’s sexually provocative “whirlpool meta” and the “ear licking meta.” Along with her sizable audience on the streaming platform, she also makes a sizable income from OnlyFans. Her departure from “being an e-girl” isn’t surprising given that she is often forbidden or demonstrated from livestream platform Twitch, which has Rules Against Sexual Content. Siragusa has admitted that “obviously, the whole hot girl thing physically can’t last forever.”
This announcement comes after Siragusa recently made several other business investments such as: Activision Blizzard sharesher purchase one Inflatable pool companyand her $110,000 purchase of a Gas station.
Siragusa outlined her career plans in a follow up tweet, who says she invests in content that is “unlike anything I’ve ever done. She invited other content creators to talk to her about “a bit of bread and butter diversification.” kotaku reached out to Siragusa for comment but received no response at the time of publication.
In response to a concerned tweet about users paying for their OnlyFans, said Siragusa that she would be filming more content to slowly release when her career tipping point hit, and that the fansites are “running a huge backlog.”
Two days after the first tweet, Siragusa tweeted that “something” happened that she couldn’t “legally” talk about, but that she would share the news on YouTube and Twitch if she could. She also mentioned that she would be giving an update interview to Friday night Central Time.
While their statements are vague, the general tone seemed positive. Siragusa wrote in the same thread: “The real lesson is to find something that is nascent and perceived as unsafe and risky enough to offer you outsized rewards for some level of professionalism.”
https://kotaku.com/amouranth-twitch-onlyfans-e-girl-retirement-activision-1848799220 Amouranth plans to exit OnlyFans, announces Twitch investment