Alodia Gosiengfiao Stopped Vlogging, Here’s Why
ALODIA GOSIENGFIAO – Cosplayer and YouTuber Alodia Gosiengfiao revealed the reason why she stopped vlogging.
Alodia Gosiengfiao is a Filipina vlogger, actress, cosplayer, singer, tv presenter, and pianist. She has been a cosplayer for almost half her life. She dresses up as characters from books, movies, and video games.
She entered the world of vlogging in 2007. She uploads video which ranges from her daily vlogs to exciting cosplay events in and outside the country.
In a previous article, Alodia Gosiengfiao shared an uplifting message to a new gamer. She advised him to be patient and told him that the values of a person are more important than skills.
Last year, she showed off her all-in-one gaming chair that is worth P1.3 million. She also uploaded a hilarious video of her dad playing solitaire in her expensive gaming chair.
Alodia Gosiengfiao recently revealed the reason why she has not been posting on her Youtube channel. In her August 23 vlog, she said she needed to focus on her e-sports company, Tier One Entertainment. She co-founded it in 2017 with entrepreneur Brian Lim and esports veteran Tryke Gutierrez as well as her other businesses.
“I think I’m getting a little overfatigued and I know I can’t afford to get sick because I still have tons of stuff to do like business meetings in between and project deadlines. It’s because I juggle so many other things. Yes I do streams almost daily and I’m under my fourth year under contract with Facebook Gaming as their ambassador. And I’m so really happy and lucky to be part of this honestly.”
“Also working with many brands daily over the years, managing businesses like Tier One, Alodia Beauty and one I still cannot disclose until now. And with that comes so many things that happen behind the scenes such as board meetings, NDAs (non-disclosure agreements) that happen for suture collaborations, problem solving in the middle of the night (laughs). I can’t say but it happens quite occasionally and all I think for me I don’t have to share all online. So that’s basically it,” said Alodia
Alodia Gosiengfiao said being in this gaming industry can sometimes be stressful. She said being an online gamer and being part of the esports industry is more than just about playing games.
“As much as we love gaming and streaming, most professionals here treat it like a legit nine-to-five job. Like we have quotas to hit per month, contracts to adhere to, minutes watched, numbers to reach, and it is no easy task trying to do this while balancing other aspects in your life. For girls, we also have to do our own hair and makeup and that’s like an additional hour a day so there really is a production behind all the fun nights you see the gamers have online. We just look chill but stressed out if technical glitches happen. And we care so much because this is our job. And this job provided so many livelihoods to people in this generation and I’m so happy and thankful that it reached this point,” she said.
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