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Having become famous thanks to livestreams, some streamers have established their own companies và become entrepreneurs.

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A few years ago, livestreaming flourished in Vietphái nam with many companies specialized in recruiting, training and developing streamers. It was the golden time for streamers when livestream platforms spent a lot of money to lure the most popular streamers.

Global platforms lượt thích Facebook Gaming were willing to pay up to lớn US$10,000 lớn sign exclusive deals with big names like Chim Se Di Nang or Nam Blue. Meanwhile, the smaller platforms backed by Tencent, such as Nimo TV & Nonolive sầu, also paid a lot of money to lớn hire Do Mixi, Dung CT or Ttuyệt Giao Ba.

Now, when livestreaming has passed its peak in Vietnam, streamers have had to find a more stable direction. Many of them turned into businesses before the Covid-19 pandemic, but not everyone was successful.

From bread khổng lồ coffee

Famous streamers are opening their own companies.

The first famous streamer doing business was Dung CT (real name: Nguyen Anh Dung). This veteran streamer built his name thanks to his humorous PS4 gaming sessions with colleagues in 2018.

Dung CT opened an accessory siêu thị & a restaurant in Hanoi, which attracted a large number of his fans every day. The success of this streamer became the motivation for a fairly famous streamer at that time, PewPew (Hoang Van Khoa), to lớn decide to lớn quit his job to lớn vày business.

PewPew bread siêu thị quickly attracted thousands of customers each day. The owner planned to lớn expand the brand in the North. At that time, PewPew invested in shrimp farming with the ambition of creating his own supply chain.

After the huge success of PewPew, other streamers opened their own shops, for example the game coffee cửa hàng of streamer ViruSs (Dang Tien Hoang), the banh canh (rice cake) and cyber game cửa hàng of Uyen Pu (Tran Thi Phuong Uyen), the cát coffe of Linc Ngoc Dam (Dam Thi Ngoc Linh), & the restaurant of Misthy (Le Thy).

Meanwhile, Do Mixi (Phung Thanh Do) & Tgiỏi Giao Ba (Phan Tan Trung) chose khổng lồ sell goods online with the help of their families. Both of them maintained a regular livestream lớn maintain their loyal fan base.

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Their own companies


The owner of PewPew bread cửa hàng once shared that he had welcomed up lớn 4,000 customers khổng lồ the shop after it opened for a week.

Unlượt thích popular streamers, some others chose a more silent direction. The most typical case was streamer ViruSs, who decided to lớn turn khổng lồ music by opening a studio in Đất Nước Thái Lan.

But the most successful streamer was Chyên Se Di Nang, who established his own company with charter capital of VND14 billion (nearly $700,000).

It is likely that streamer Do Mixi is about to form his own company khổng lồ manage his YouTube channels, the Mixi Food brvà, và other properties.

The owner of PewPew bread cửa hàng once shared that he had welcomed up to 4,000 customers to the siêu thị after it opened for a week.

But things did not always go smoothly. PewPew had to close one of his bread shops, while VirusSs closed his music studio in Xứ sở nụ cười Thái Lan and a coffee shop.

Meanwhile, streamer Dung CT and his colleagues phối up DUT Studio lớn make a "Made in Vietnam" horror game, which is expected to lớn be released in the fourth quarter of 2021.

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