Watching Virtual YouTubers is basically watching a live adlib of an anime character, mostly without subtitles from the get-go. Another term for this is “Virtual Streamers,” “Virtual Personalities” and the like, depending on what they do on stream or how they profess themselves as.
On this section, you will see and hear my thoughts on Virtual YouTubers and how it will change us.
I continue to write about VTuber culture on Kawa NewsDrop.
I think this is not the second time I will tell every single one of you that I’ve been operating… Read More »Content Break / VTuber Recap: Desk Diary – October 25, 2020
They say, “If you cannot accept me at my worst, then you don’t deserve me at my best.” This is… Read More »Welcome Back, Coco and Haachama!: Desk Diary – October 19, 2020
I’m having a great time watching Virtual YouTubers do their way in entertaining us especially in the time where we’re… Read More »Quick Virtual YouTuber Super Chat Guide using GCash/PayMaya
“As with any form of live streaming show, it takes two to tango: Don’t forget your fans, and the fans won’t forget you. Coco makes her viewers feel special, so much that it’s a running gag that AsaCoco is a literal drug and the viewers are addicted to it.”