Modern live poker attracts tens of thousands of spectators every day, and that’s just as important because of the hard work and early success of players like Staples, Talbot and Somerville. Like other video games, poker players have the same three potential sources of income: advertising, subscription and sponsorship. It really depends on what the viewer wants, but since streaming poker requires a lot of thought, it’s obvious that the thinking process of these professional players impresses the audience. Being one of the first in the field of online switching, Staples discovered that his first experience was not very successful, which led to a peak crowd of 25 people. As for the reasons why the great names of Twitch came into play in the poker stream, the reasons why there is no form of inspiration. Joining online poker had the same barriers as traditional video games, very few of them. Through Twitch and his audience, Staples found a productive way to openly discuss his “own” game during the “game”, his “own” method of sharing information with others and helping to learn from his “own” audience and himself. Although the fall of these standards can help set the course for success, they can also stall their game and limit flexibility, and thanks to their interactive interaction these people have been able to overcome these problems. As with the traditional theme of video games, questions arose about what is the most important factor in the introduction of poker games into everyday life. Look at the people who play games to see if they like them, visit children’s games without having to look at old or outdated equipment, or just go out and see a similar individual joke and take on the challenge, and that was just the beginning. Watching other people play – why worry? At least it often happened at the beginning. It turns out that live poker, an unknown market on the Internet, would be the ideal solution to create and maintain a permanent public identity.