Interview with Lunalovebad: ASMR Streamer


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Lunalovebad has become one of the most prominent ASMR streamers on Twitch. She has over 600 subscribers and is nearing the 100k follower mark. Read the full interview to learn more about her journey.

How’d you get your gaming name?

From Harry Potter actually. I just swapped Luna Love Good to Luna Love Bad. It was my WoW characters name so it kind of became my account name

Why’d you start streaming and what’s your favorite part about it?

My friends from WoW actually told me to. I didn’t really want to before then, I like that it’s so interactive. I enjoy talking to chat and just hanging out.

How do you feel about the community you’ve gathered in your stream?

I think it’s a pretty solid group of weirdos. We can talk about all kinds of stuff and they aren’t white knights that are just trying to flirt with me, which would be really cringey to me. I like my community, they’re dope.

How did you get started with ASMR? What’s your experience been like?

My chat suggested it! I love it, have always listened to it, and I enjoy the community with ASMR that comes along with it. It’s a lot more “chill” and the people vary, but it’s been really fun so far.

What are some accomplishments that you are most proud of since you started livestreaming?

Hitting 600 twitch subscribers, 30,000 followers on twitter, and almost 100,000 followers on twitch!

What do you do when you’re not streaming? What are your hobbies?

Cooking, going on walks with my dog, going to shows, and traveling! I also play a lot of video games though. LOL

Who is your favorite streamer?


Are there any particularly memorable moments that happened on stream?

Just making some REALLY good tingle sounds during ASMR. Dropping cups that deafened everyone including myself. Ha! Hitting insane donation goals for new equipment like my $500 ASMR microphone.

Where do you want your stream to go? Are there any short-term or long-term goals you have set for yourself and your community?

I want to just keep making good ASMR content. It’s hard, because you can only use so many materials and things start to sound the same. I want to hit 1000 subs by the end of this year! And just keep growing my channel.

How long do you see yourself on Twitch?

Probably until something else replaces it, or possibly working for a gaming company, with the connections I’ve made at events, etc. :)