Let's talk a little bit about what viewbotting is, and how it affects streamers and marketers out there. Welcome to the dark side of the Internet, where people will do just about anything to become famous online.
It would be great if the followers and video views that StreamOnFire offers were real and valuable, but they simply aren’t. While StreamOnFire isn’t a total scam, it’s not as valuable as they want you to believe.
StreamElements is just a bunch of cloud-based tools that add different elements to your stream; there is nothing about using StreamElements that guarantees you more viewers or followers. You’ll have to continue to work hard through promotion and engagement to get more stream viewers, and using bots for engagement can sometimes hurt your performance if users feel that you’re not really engaging with them.
PhantomBot lives up to its name in the sense that it’s almost impossible to find real and valid information about what the service will do for your Twitch channel. The fact that they are so stingy with information yet require your login credentials to access the bot is a red flag. Don’t put your account at risk, especially for a service that Twitch doesn’t endorse.
Spending money on a bunch of fortified Twitch followers and views is not going to help you gain traction on the platform, and it certainly won’t make you famous.
It’s better to invest in other areas like features for your live stream or perhaps other services that actually attract viewers to your Twitch profile instead of a bunch of fake followers and engagement. Sorry ProViewers— you didn’t fool us!
Buying fake followers and engagements does you no good on any of these platforms, and you could even lose your purchase if the platform clears out fake followers, or you can get flagged for trying to feign popularity. Don’t waste your time or investment with Rapid Rise.