Pop singer Doja Cat tweeted about "getting on" Twitch on Monday.
A number of streaming personalities replied, with some proposing games to play with her.
Doja Cat appears to have started streaming on Twitch in late February.
On Monday, Doja Cat tweeted, "F-ck it I'm getting on Twitch," and a number of popular streamers answered the call and proposed playing with her.
This wasn't the launch of Doja Cat's Twitch channel, although the tweet can easily be read as such. Dexerto reported that the "Say So" singer launched her channel dojacattington in late February, and she tweeted a link to the account on February 25.
Twitch is the world's leading live-streaming platform for gamers, and a variety of creators regularly stream gameplay, lifestyle, and other kinds of content on the platform. Doja Cat is far from the first celebrity to start a channel, which other public figures including Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez joining the platform and streaming with gaming personalities.
Doja Cat's channel has amassed over 138,000 followers in the few weeks since she began streaming. Thus far, she appears to have streamed with her camera off, and her channel doesn't feature a streaming schedule, about page, or any further information past a profile picture. She's played games like puzzle-horror title "Little Nightmares" and "Inside," Dexerto reported, putting out a call for assistance on Twitter for help with the game on Monday evening.
Her Monday tweet drew more attention than the first time she tweeted about streaming in early February, likely in part because it made it appear as if she was just joining the platform. Quickly, it became apparent that some of the biggest names in streaming wanted to get online with her, with popular streamers like Corpse Husband, Karl Jacobs (a member of the Dream SMP Minecraft server), and Quackity chiming in.
-Corpse Husband (@Corpse_Husband) March 15, 2021
-karl :) (@KarlJacobs_) March 15, 2021
-Quackity (@Quackity) March 16, 2021
Other streamers, including OfflineTV members Disguised Toast and Pokimane, also chimed in, with Toast specifically bringing up popular online multiplayer game "Among Us," which became a Twitch favorite in 2020.
Right now, it's unclear if any of those plans will pan out, or if Doja Cat will continue streaming solo. If you want to keep up with her Twitch activity, your best bet is to follow her channel.
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