Stream Street - YouTube Slot Comedy

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Hey folks. Two of my good friends are just about to launch a slot channel.

The channel will be launching with ‘Stream Street’ a series of comedy episodes based on several characters who are all aiming to ‘make it’ in the slot streaming world.

The story lines will involve real life issues in the online casino world within a comedy setting.

They will be using a variety of casinos and utilising deposit bonuses that are available to everyone, playing on realistic stakes and conforming to the same rules as regular players.

Anyways I wish them good luck and to have some fun along the way! The first Stream Street episode is here.

They’re really nice guys and I hope you have a few giggles at least!

Here is episode 1...


Rob :)
 

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Really liked Stream Street, did make me chuckle a few times.......loved the chat in the chat windows and the characters were decent
 

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Hey folks. Two of my good friends are just about to launch a slot channel.

The channel will be launching with ‘Stream Street’ a series of comedy episodes based on several characters who are all aiming to ‘make it’ in the slot streaming world.

The story lines will involve real life issues in the online casino world within a comedy setting.

They will be using a variety of casinos and utilising deposit bonuses that are available to everyone, playing on realistic stakes and conforming to the same rules as regular players.

Anyways I wish them good luck and to have some fun along the way! The first Stream Street episode is here.

They’re really nice guys and I hope you have a few giggles at least!

Here is episode 1...


Rob :)

So doing Bonus Buys at GBP 300 is now "playing on realistic stakes....."? :rolleyes:

Plus, the language is simply foul, certainly not funny nor can it be considered even in the slightest to be comedy... it is just plain swearing all the time.

Thanks, but no thanks.
 

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So doing Bonus Buys at GBP 300 is now "playing on realistic stakes....."? :rolleyes:

Plus, the language is simply foul, certainly not funny nor can it be considered even in the slightest to be comedy... it is just plain swearing all the time.

Thanks, but no thanks.
So doing Bonus Buys at GBP 300 is now "playing on realistic stakes....."? :rolleyes:

Plus, the language is simply foul, certainly not funny nor can it be considered even in the slightest to be comedy... it is just plain swearing all the time.

Thanks, but no thanks.
To be fair this is mainly a parody of streamers - if you watch streamers they generally have foul mouths - so to try and produce this without the "language" would not be a true representation .

I thought it was funny, the trying to get a sign up in any circumstance, the I'm going to be buying a car, this slot is playing like a nightmare , the dissing of other streamers , if you watch the popular streamers you would know this is all based on the stuff streamers do, say and discuss

Of course it was exaggerated and ridiculous but that is the whole point .

I had a chuckle I must admit :)
 

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Artificial? Wait until you see Christopher Bigwins :D
I find a lot of comedy is not relatable for me these days, but I can relate to this. I think it’s a pretty good effort and yes... a lot of beeping lol.

Rob :)
 

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Must admit, I did have the odd laugh and can relate it more to taking the piss out of the (how shall I put this) erm, 'unrealistic' streamers out there, plus I've always had a daft SOH.

Can also relate to the comments regarding the over use of foul language. So can take both sides on the reactions to this video.

In summary. not too bad at all for a first episode and with a little work and taking on board the feedback, could be onto a real winner with this one!
 

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To be fair this is mainly a parody of streamers - if you watch streamers they generally have foul mouths - so to try and produce this without the "language" would not be a true representation .

I thought it was funny, the trying to get a sign up in any circumstance, the I'm going to be buying a car, this slot is playing like a nightmare , the dissing of other streamers , if you watch the popular streamers you would know this is all based on the stuff streamers do, say and discuss

Of course it was exaggerated and ridiculous but that is the whole point .

I had a chuckle I must admit :)
I get the "taking the p*ss" about streamers but they are still affiliates just like the streamers they parody. And still bet amounts most of the players don't do regularly. It started with GBP3 on the iSoftBet slot and went up to 300GBP in the last segment.

But I agree, simply looking at it as a streamer parody, it all makes sense and is even somewhat funny. But, IMO, comedy is not repeating all swearwords and that continuously. A comedian does it all without them.
 

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It was OK but the profanity was overdone, see my videos to learn how to restrict expletives and only swear when necessary.

The over-exaggerated voices were even more grating than that pillock whatsisname with the viewbots, damn, what's he called....

I liked the Aston Martin parody 'crowdfund the car' but knowing some of the people that watch streams they probably would. If people are daft enough to 'donate' so gambling addicts can fund sessions, then it could end up not being a joke!

I think it was over-acted, kinda like watching a US school frat party but on the positive side was only 18 minutes long.

Whether it was a parody or not, it still has exactly the same objective as the other streaming channels - to monetize YT viewers into sign-ups.

Perhaps a talking parrot in the background, scantily-clad women bringing drinks to them as they play and some Chubby Brown jokes?

It's all very well getting 'actors' pretending to be c***s but it comes naturally to others, probably why people keep asking me to do live streaming!
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I didn’t find that comical in the slightest actually as soon as the prat with the tweed cap and bum fluff opened his trap I was away like a rat down a drain.
 

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Hi

Thanks for all your feedback regarding the video. I think you make some really good points.

It is, clearly, a parody. One that explores the very worst human characteristics, and marries that with the idea of Slot streaming. Although i spent the time bleeping out all the swear words, I can see that many people think that's a cheap and easy way to get laughs. I actually agree, and swearing is confined solely to that character. A hyperbolic, gregarious, and in many ways obnoxious one. Episode two, by comparison, features not a single swear word: as we look at two totally different characters with different faults. Comedy is a difficult medium and I wholly expect some people to love it and some to hate it. I'm not at all offended by your differing reactions.

I think it's important to treat your audience with respect. And this is intended for an adult audience: one that I would hope could appreciate that this is not a true reflection of how anyone would act in the real world. Be this in regard to the stakes these characters are playing at, or the way in which they conduct themselves. I hope that any content produced doesn't affect anyone in a negative way, but it would be foolish of me to expect that it won't ever happen. In the same way that running a pub may glamourise or encourage underage drinking, it is an unfortunate affect of providing something fun to a few adults who may enjoy it.

We do have a website, we will have affiliate links. But we are also trying to provide entertaining content. The two things unfortunately fall together, as the production of just an 18 minute episode has a massive time and money overhead.

We have a few more episode planned and already in production. So hopefully you guys will check back and see how it all unfolds!
 

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Hi

Thanks for all your feedback regarding the video. I think you make some really good points.

It is, clearly, a parody. One that explores the very worst human characteristics, and marries that with the idea of Slot streaming. Although i spent the time bleeping out all the swear words, I can see that many people think that's a cheap and easy way to get laughs. I actually agree, and swearing is confined solely to that character. A hyperbolic, gregarious, and in many ways obnoxious one. Episode two, by comparison, features not a single swear word: as we look at two totally different characters with different faults. Comedy is a difficult medium and I wholly expect some people to love it and some to hate it. I'm not at all offended by your differing reactions.

I think it's important to treat your audience with respect. And this is intended for an adult audience: one that I would hope could appreciate that this is not a true reflection of how anyone would act in the real world. Be this in regard to the stakes these characters are playing at, or the way in which they conduct themselves. I hope that any content produced doesn't affect anyone in a negative way, but it would be foolish of me to expect that it won't ever happen. In the same way that running a pub may glamourise or encourage underage drinking, it is an unfortunate affect of providing something fun to a few adults who may enjoy it.

We do have a website, we will have affiliate links. But we are also trying to provide entertaining content. The two things unfortunately fall together, as the production of just an 18 minute episode has a massive time and money overhead.

We have a few more episode planned and already in production. So hopefully you guys will check back and see how it all unfolds!

I checked all the links under the video, and tried googling a bit, but i could not find out how to apply to stream-street.
I figure this season already has all the participants needed, but maybe for season 2?


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I checked all the links under the video, and tried googling a bit, but i could not find out how to apply to stream-street.
I figure this season already has all the participants needed, but maybe for season 2?


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As long as you can show sufficient levels of narcissicm.... Oh and in order to participate you also have to look exactly like me (but maybe we'll put you in a dress or dungarees)!
 

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