Pokemon Explains Why It Doesn’t Prioritize Twitch and YouTube Content in 2023
Imane “Pokimane” Anis, a phenomenal streamer on Twitch, has just divulged her plans for the year 2023 and stated that she will be putting material on the back burner for the first time.
Pokimane’s time spent online in 2022 was full of wonderful moments: from leading the charge against gambling on Twitch to an embarrassing wardrobe malfunction, there were many ups and downs this year. In 2023, Pokimane will continue to lead the charge against gambling online.
The situation took a drastic turn for the worst in July, when the Canadian who was born in Morocco decided to take a hiatus from creating content in order to focus on improving her mental health. She did not come back to her regularly scheduled Twitch broadcasts until September.
The fact that Pokimane is already focusing more emphasis on the content he shares on TikTok and less on Twitch suggests that the year 2023 will be significantly less hectic for the 26-year-old.
Pokimane explains plans to “evolve” in 2023
Pokimane mentioned in her personal Twitter account that since the start of the new year, she has fully reevaluated all of her objectives in an effort to improve herself.
Enis has stated that her primary objectives for the year 2023 are to “find the best shape of my life” and “experience the new.”
She went on to explain that this would mean less concentration on broadcasting on Twitch and making videos on YouTube, but she argued that this choice would be better for her in the long term.
She continued by saying, “Content may not be a priority for me this year for the first time ever.” “However, I believe that it is better to investigate, develop, and produce more when I wish to.”
We do not yet know how the year will play out for Pokimane, but given that the streamer has pledged to get into excellent physical form, there is a good probability that she will engage in a boxing match with someone else who carries significant influence during the future boxing event.