Kermittfrog joins Omaken Sports!

Omaken Sports is expanding! Let’s welcome Agnete “KermitTFrog14” Wylie to the OMK family. Agnete is a well-known streamer within PUBG and other various games. We are proud to have her representing us in the world of streaming, even though there’s some intense weeks waiting because of the situation with Mixer shutting down. But don’t worry, we have asked her about the situation and plans, so keep reading!

Omaken Sports is expanding! Let’s welcome Agnete “KermitTFrog14” Wylie to the OMK family. Agnete is a well-known streamer within PUBG and other various games. We are proud to have her representing us in the world of streaming, even though there’s some intense weeks waiting because of the situation with Mixer shutting down. But don’t worry, we have asked her about the situation and plans, so keep reading!

KermitTFrog14- where did it all start?

KermitTFrog14 has become a successful streamer with 24 000 followers on Mixer and she has also made herself a fulltime job as a streamer. So how did she achieve this, where did it all start?

- I started streaming two years ago. I had gotten a new job where my schedule was 8-16, so it allowed me to have a schedule on the streams as well. I was already playing console with my husband and some friends. They told me so many times I should at least try streaming since I already played and was pretty OK at PUBG. In the end I did. I started off by just hitting broadcast on the Xbox and it went live to Mixer, and I started investing into more streaming equipment. My stream started growing and then voilà, here we are! Says Agnete.

A streamer such as Agnete must work hard to entertain the audience and stay relevant. Her weekly schedule consists of streams every day, except of Friday. A regular stream lasts for nearly 10 hours a day and sometimes she even does 24 hours of stream. That is loads of work, this gives us a reason to believe that Agnete has some clear goals about her career.

- When I first started streaming it was just for fun, like a “see what happens” type of thing. As of right now this is my fulltime job and it allows me to study at the same time, I’m finally getting my bachelor. But as mental health and suicide awareness means so much to me, all I want with my channel and my community is for people to be allowed to be hurting, to be allowed to say “I’m not ok today”. I want everyone to know there are people there for you which will help you and you’re not alone. I want them to feel safe and make friends who are here to support you.

Changing platforms nearly overnight!

Agnete has been using Mixer as her primary platform for streams, but the news this week turned her streaming-world around. Mixer has decided to shut down within a month. The consequence for Agnete is 24 000 followers disappearing from her account and loads of work ahead to secure the community.

- I will be ending up on Twitch as I have already looked in that direction due to it being bigger for PC streamers. The last two years on Mixer has been awesome. I’ve made a lot of friends; we have done a lot of charities and built an awesome community. The fact that nearly 24000 followers are just going to disappear kind of hurts, but I’m ok with it.

Even though this is a hard message to achieve, Agnete has decided to be positive and change directions into Twitch.

- I think the move over to Twitch is going to be great, and now the challenge is to see how much further I can go in the next two years, than what I did on Mixer in the same time frame. I am currently spending my time streaming to both Twitch and Mixer to ensure as many people from my community as possible joins our journey at Twitch, but from the beginning of July I will be Twitch only. Besides, I’ve just made PUBG partner and streamer for Omaken Sports, so how can I possibly be upset? I’ve been given a new opportunity to start “fresh” and see how much better I can do!

Omaken Sports x KermitTFrog14

The Norwegian esports scene is currently quite small in Norway. Agnete is Norwegian and she wants to see growth within esports in her home country, as well as a bigger acceptence in the gaming world. This is part of why Omaken Sports is partnering up with Agnete.

- I want to work with Omaken Sports because we share the same beliefs in value of people, acceptance and that the gaming world is a great place to include those who may feel left out (as well as those who feel fine). They want to grow the e-sport scene in Norway and I would love to be a part of that as a Norwegian streamer. I hope we together can achieve a higher level of e-sport awareness and acceptance of streaming and professional gaming here in Norway as its still relatively small. I want to be a part of a group of amazing people where everyone is motivated to include everyone and make sure no one is missing out on friendships and even different types of work opportunities within the e-sport world.

Ready for some OMK streams?

We’re kickstarting this partnership with loads of streaming from KermitTFrog14 this weekend. There’s already loads of things going on in OMK with PCS 1 for our PUBG team and new partners, so we are glad to make even more entertainment for our fans. She will be streaming PCS and an exciting update in 7 Days to Die.

- This weekend I will be streaming some of 7 Days to Die with some from my community as there is a new update, but after this we will be watching the PCS. We have been spending weekends together watching these tournaments on stream, and so many more people are interested in these competitions. It is such a high level of skills with these players, so us who play for fun really have someone to look up to here and it motivates us and gives us our own rivalry as we cheer for different teams. Of course, I will be cheering for Omaken Sports and wish them the best of luck, says Agnete.

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