>What is /lig/?
/lig/ is a thread for viewers to find, share, and discuss indie vtubers who have on average 500 viewers or more.
Large indie vtubers have more net fans, but they are outnumbered by 2views by the thousands. This is a thread for the VIP, regardless of what language they stream on.
>Can I shill my 499view oshi here?
Considering averages fluctuate widely, all the way down to 100 is reasonable. The minimal requirement however is being Twitch partner or the YouTube equivalent in numbers.
Numbers for 9/17:
1: https://twitch.tv/Shylily (5,030)
2: https://twitch.tv/nyanners (3,082)
3: https://twitch.tv/snuffy (2,921)
4: https://twitch.tv/nihmune (2,859)
5: https://twitch.tv/Saruei (2,525)
6: https://twitch.tv/Sinder (2,269)
7: https://twitch.tv/LaynaLazar (1,972)
8: https://twitch.tv/SquChan (1,911)
9: https://twitch.tv/nymphelia (1,890)
10: https://twitch.tv/DyaRikku (1,855) *Virtual Tie
10: https://twitch.tv/Ikumi (1,848) *Virtual Tie
1: https://twitch.tv/vo_ine (12,873) *Korean
2: https://twitch.tv/cotton__123 (11,731) *Korean
3: https://twitch.tv/viichan6 (10,626) *Korean
>Wait isn't that one a corpo?
For historical reasons, small companies are fine temporarily as long as they have one talent at 500-ish.
>Twitch Clips Guide
>VOD Archival Guide
>/lig/ VOD Archive
>Koikatsu cards (SEEEEEEEEEX)
>/lig/ Chuuba Birthday Calendar (WIP)
September 22nd - Hannah Hyrule
September 22nd - Momo
October 4th - Rainhoe
October 18th - SquChan
October 21st - GrapeChann
October 24th - BatAtVideoGames
>Official /lig/ booru
>OC material for the OP
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