Content creator Kaitlyn “Amouranth” Siragusa recently revealed that she makes $1.3 million every month. The popular streamer broke down the exact details of her income, and the results have been surprising to many.
Amouranth has been a controversial figure on Twitch due to her sexually explicit content and her consistent advertisement of her OnlyFans account on the streaming platform. She was one of the “hot tub meta” pioneers and has been making waves with her sexualized ASMR streams.
But Amouranth recently revealed that Twitch is her least lucrative platform.
According to an interview with investmenttalk, Amouranth makes $1 million a month from OnlyFans alone. While this is impressive all on its own, Amouranth had some other figures to share as well. This includes $18,000 a month from Patreon, $17,000 from a Fansly page she only recently set up, and $10,000-$25,000 a month on Instagram.
Amouranth also added that she makes about $133,000 a month from Twitch, TikTok, and YouTube combined. Twitter gives her another $5,000 to $15,000.
OnlyFans has been the talk of some corners of the internet for more than a year now. But currently, the talk is mostly about the platform’s decision to not allow certain sexually explicit photos and videos. The platform has since reversed its stance on the ban after significant outcry.
Adult content is one of the most popular categories on OnlyFans. The company’s executives had cited concerns from partnered banking institutions as the reason behind the potential ban, but users and outsiders alike were upset by the decision. Many questioned why OnlyFans would withdraw support for sex industry workers after having its brand built up primarily by those very individuals.
Regardless of the decision, Amouranth recently stated on her Twitter that she may soon be turning her attention to Fansly. Fansly calls itself an “OnlyFans alternative.” Many adult content creators have also been turning to Fansly due to OnlyFans’ seemingly uncertain future. This mass migration even caused Fansly to crash at one point, as the website wasn’t able to handle the intensity of its incoming traffic.