With the strong development of technology over the past few years, the family of people who follow each other to work as streamer gaming, chatting professionally. And it is not too complicated to make, anyone can step into this career, including a mother with a diaper. A Malaysian mother, Roslinda Embran, has succeeded in balancing housework and even as a streamer playing the popular game with the young PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG).
Fanpage named MissRose Gaming of this mother has the number of followers up to 100 thousand
The mother’s success story began when she started live streaming PUBG Mobile on Facebook and it was a stepping stone for her to be officially recognized as a Facebook Gaming Creator. Thanks to this, the income of Roslinda can earn is 18,000 Ringit (equivalent to 101 million VND). Show fanpage page under the name MissRose Gaming of this mother has reached 106,000 followers.
From a gaming mother to a famous female streamer
Roslinda’s journey from an amateur to professional gamer has a lot of difficulties. In an interview with the Malaysian radio channel Zayan, the mother shared that there are many prejudices telling her to focus on taking care of her children and her husband, but do not fall into the useless games to then abandoned the responsibility of a housewife in the family.
“Some people have told me to go back to the kitchen because women know nothing about gaming. But I just ignore those pointless spiteful words, don’t let it destroy my work and my life.” me. “– the girl said.
Female streamer loves taking selfies and sharing on social networks
Roslinda started her idea of being a streamer after a family member suggested it to her after seeing her play PUBG Mobile all day. Although, having started her online gaming career for more than a year, the girl has always listened to advice from her colleagues to improve her skills and how to talk to viewers.
Although married, this mother still keeps her youth
Although a streamer, this mother did not forget the responsibility of being a mother and wife. She always tries to balance both jobs. Usually, she would get up early every day to prepare breakfast for the whole family and take her children to school, then go home to live stream for about 3 hours, clean the housework, and then live stream again. In the evening, the whole family will spend time together, having dinner, relaxing. At 10 pm, Roslinda continued to sit in front of the screen and live stream.
Thanks to the support of her husband and family, female streamer is more motivated to develop her career
Although gamers did not receive a positive look in Malaysia, Roslinda still received absolute support from the family. She said housewives should not rely too much on their husbands, they should have a separate income in case of emergencies will be needed.
“The first thing is to be passionate, to succeed, don’t give up halfway. Try it over and over again no matter how much you fail. Don’t be discouraged!” – This female streamer gives advice to those who want to step into the career of live streaming.
(Source: Asia One, Facebook)