With all that’s been going on in the world lately, I’ve been trying to find new venues to create more content for you guys to keep you occupied while you’re stuck at home. The YouTube channel has been doing great but I wanted to try something new and created a channel on Twitch. I know it’s a gaming platform where people can stream and interact with other gamers but I thought it’d be cool to try to utilize the platform to get more enthusiasts to watch automotive videos and what not with me. I know it’s kind of an odd idea but we actually had our first stream the other day and it worked out quite well. My intention is to bring you some old, likely more obscure, automotive videos that you may or may not have heard of before to help provide some insight on them. I also thought it’d be cool to bring back some of the older Vlogs to talk about them and tell you more about them. If it doesn’t work, oh well, but I really think this is a cool platform to use. Subscribe and follow along to see what happens. Maybe you’ll see an old video that you’ve seen before that’ll bring a feeling of nostalgia. I’ve attached the two live streams we have done so far and most of the time I’ll stick around to chat after the video we are watching is over. Enjoy…
Here’s the first stream we did featuring “The Pursuit of Function”. For future videos, follow me on Twitch.tv/stickydiljoe
Here’s the second stream we did last night featuring “The Last Race”.
Watch “The Last Race” Watch Party and Chat from Stickydiljoe on www.twitch.tv
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