Even though Twitch is a livestream platform primarily for gamers, indie musicians are building real fanbases and making enough money for this to be a solid side hustle or even a full-time job. Artists on Twitch are supportive of each other. Viewers are looking for fun, new talent to hang out with online. The category is not over-saturated, so you can still get discovered. And the whole thing has monetization features that are fun for the viewers and lucrative for streamers. This book will teach artists how to get past the stiff learning curve involved with producing a stream, how to navigate the unspoken rules of the music community on Twitch, and how to grow an engaged fanbase that will generate an entirely new stream of revenue.