Understand platform monetization system

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How much money does Nimo TV pay to its streamers? The platform arrived in Brazil in 2018 and is one of Twitch’s main competitors.

The service is available in a web version for PC and an application for download on Android and iPhone phones (iOS), and is specialized in the transmission of live videos of sports games and championships. Ricardo “Piuzinho” Henrique, Rodrigo “El Gato” Fernandes and Victor “Coringa” Augusto are some of Nimo’s biggest stars, but how much will they earn for their lives?

How much money does Nimo TV pay to its streamers? The platform arrived in Brazil in 2018 and is one of Twitch’s main competitors. The service is available in a web version for PC and an application for download on Android and iPhone phones (iOS), and is specialized in the transmission of live videos of sports games and championships. Ricardo “Piuzinho” Henrique, Rodrigo “El Gato” Fernandes and Victor “Coringa” Augusto are some of Nimo’s biggest stars, but how much will they earn for their lives? TechTudo got in touch with the platform to understand how their system monetization works, see below.

Affiliate program

Anyone who wants to start streamar can register on Nimo TV and start their lives, according to the rules of the platform. Players can start to profit from their transmissions from a system of diamonds, which are converted into gems and then exchanged for real money. Diamonds can be purchased according to the player’s KPI (Key Performance Indicator), which measures their performance and live time, in addition to meeting specific goals for their class. According to the classification rules and remuneration manual of the platform itself, 285 gems are equivalent to US $ 1 (about R $ 5).

Class types

Altogether there are 10 classes: Elite Streamer, SS, S, A, B, C, D, E, F, G. The streamer must simultaneously achieve all the goals of his class to receive the minimum remuneration of US $ 40 (R $ 208) in the first month of transmission. These goals take into account: effective days, monthly hours, ACU (Popularity) and duration of views per month (hours). So the more videos the player makes, the more people watch him and the more views he has, the more money he will earn.

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Other forms of monetization

According to Nimo TV’s Brand and PR manager Rodrigo Russano Dias, in addition to the KPS fee, streamers can receive donations of items from their fans. Diamonds are the most valuable items and, when the user gets 30 of them, he can join the “Fan Club”, which becomes available after the streamer reaches level 16. As a member of the “Fan Club”, the user wins gifts like a special chat badge.

“Nimo Elite Streamers”

Any streamer registered on the Nimo platform, regardless of whether they are hired or not, has access to the “Nimo Elite Streamers” program, a career plan for streamers that pays up to US $ 1,200 (about R $ 6,252 thousand) based on fulfillment of some goals.

Non-remuneration

Even if he meets all the goals corresponding to his class, the streamer may be denied his remuneration in the following cases:

If you spend a long time without producing content during your broadcast and / or are not showing up and interacting with your audience;
In case of breach of any rule of conduct, provided for in the Nimo Community Convention <https://www.nimo.tv/p/agreement4>;
If you use applications that change the status of numbers, such as followers, scheduled hours, ACU and broadcast days;
A single user who has multiple accounts to participate in the same recruitment events.


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