RG: Introduce yourself
AM: Aaron Markaverich
RG: Which game(s) are you streaming?
AM: LoL, WoTB, Rust, Castle Clash, Clash Royale, Clash of Lords 2
RG: Give us 3 facts about yourself you would like your fans to know.
AM: My first console was an Intellivision, I was hooked at three years old. After owning numerous later systems, we finally advanced to a pc in the late 80’s and then my real journey began. I got into first person shooters on Doom in 1993, then in 1999 I started competing in titles like Unreal Tournament and then Battlefield 1942. Since then I have played various genres of games from fps to mmorpg.
RG: Streaming is a fun yet challenging job. How did you decide to start streaming?
AM: I am very introverted so, a friend challenged me to put myself out there.
RG: What is the one piece of advice you wish someone gave you when you started streaming?
AM: Don’t ever ignore your chat.
RG: Tell us about your gaming rig – CPU, GPU, PSU, Memory, Video Card, Motherboard, Monitor, etc
AM: Q9505, asus P5N-D, 8gb ocz reaper, 120 gb ssd, evga 760, thermal take 800 watt, emerson 32 inch monitor and acer 22 inch monitor
RG: Tell us about the peripherals you use – Mouse, Keyboard, Headphones/mic, Headset, Mouse Pad
AM: Logitech G15 keyboard, Logitech mx518 mouse, Logitech Fatality headset, Logitech 5.1 surround, Steel series 5L mouse pad
RG: Which is the next hardware part you consider upgrading? Which is the next peripheral you plan to change with a newer/ more versatile/ more powerful one?
AM: CPU i7 Kabby and motherboard
RG: Which, in your opinion, is the piece of hardware no self-respecting gamer would compromise on?
RG: Which, in your opinion, are the must-have peripherals for a novice streamer on a budget?
AM: A decent mic and camera
RG: Is there anything you would do differently if you were starting your streaming channel today?
AM: I would wait until I had the money to upgrade my computer.
RG: A final word of advice to our readers?
AM: Do what makes you happy, as long as its not detrimental to you or your loved ones.
Check out Aaron's streams-https://www.twitch.tv/deejaypleazure
Original Interview- https://www.realgear.net/experts/behind-the-scenes-hardware-tips-from-twitch-tv-streamers/3/