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Amouranth shares insane amount she makes each time she streams herself sleeping

Gregory Robinson

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Amouranth shares insane amount she makes each time she streams herself sleeping

Featured Image Credit: Twitch/Amouranth/The Iced Coffee Hour podcast

Amouranth has been able to make a lot of money just by letting people watch her sleep in real-time.

You can make money when you sleep and as it turns out, sleep streams are incredibly lucrative on the streaming platform Twitch.

The 29-year-old internet personality, streamer and OnlyFans model has been able to rake in the cash from streaming herself while catching z’s.

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Sleep streams live up to their name – people can watch others sleep through the night, which is fairly weird in itself but lots of people seem to enjoy them.

Amouranth, whose real name is Kaitlyn Siragusa, believes viewers probably enjoy the voyeuristic nature of them.

Amouranth's sleep streams are very popular and lucrative. Credit: Amouranth/Twitch
Amouranth's sleep streams are very popular and lucrative. Credit: Amouranth/Twitch

During an interview on The Iced Coffee Hour podcast, Amouranth, who now has over six million followers on Twitch, explained all the money-making ventures she’s dipped her toe in over the years, from streaming to OnlyFans and other business investments.

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Host Graham Stephan was amazed by the sleep streams and after explaining how it worked, the host asked how much she would make on average from her streams.

The sleep streams have attracted widespread attention. Credit: Amouranth/Twitch
The sleep streams have attracted widespread attention. Credit: Amouranth/Twitch

“If you count just on Twitch, probably like a couple thousand dollars,” she explained. “But, if you count the conversions, potentially, to OnlyFans, while I’m sleeping, then maybe like $10,000-$15,000.”

The hosts were left in shock by the huge figures and asked Amouranth why she doesn’t stream herself sleeping each night. The Twitch star said scheduling issues can often make organising sleep streams difficult.

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This isn’t the first time Amouranth’s sleep streams have gained widespread attention. In May last year, radio host and comedian Howard Stern was left perplexed by the concept after tuning into one of Amouranth’s streams.

After going through an introduction to Twitch, including familiarising himself with the site, Stern, 69, eventually found Amouranth’s channel.

“See, I wouldn’t watch this — one of the top Twitch streams currently is a live feed of just a hot woman sleeping,” he said. “You watch that? Is that good? What do they do?

The internet personality chatted about her monthly earnings on a podcast. Credit: The Iced Coffee Hour/YouTube
The internet personality chatted about her monthly earnings on a podcast. Credit: The Iced Coffee Hour/YouTube
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“Do you think they’re really sleeping, or are they just pretending they’re asleep?” he asked. “You gotta be really hot to get dudes to pay to watch you sleep. …listen to this. Forty-four thousand people watching this woman sleep.”

In other news, Amouranth was due to make her boxing debut on July 1, 2023 but backed out on Monday (June 26) and informed fans she has late-stage ovarian failure, a condition in which the ovaries stop working and menstrual periods stop before the age of 40.

Topics: Community, Twitch, Viral, OnlyFans

Gregory Robinson
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