Amouranth opened up about her income in an interview with Full Squad Gaming, sharing her earnings from both Twitch and OnlyFans content.
How much does Amouranth make a month?
Amouranth shared in February 2023, that she earns around $100,000 a month on Twitch including income from subscribers. In addition she earns $1.5 million a month for content posted on her OnlyFans account.
The streamer also shared she earns a passive $85,000 a year from the Circle K gas station she purchased in November 2021.
In a very straight interview with Full Squad Gaming, Amouranth shared specifics of her income from several platforms. Much to the shock and dismay of host Jake Lucky.
In the snippet of the interview, the top female streamer shared that Twitch is the most effective way to garner interest for her content on OnlyFans.
How much does Amouranth make on Twitch?
Amouranth earns around $100,000 a month on Twitch in total according to the streamer herself. When combined with her $1.5 million a month from OnlyFans, this would estimate her annual income at over $18 million a year. Not including other sources of income.
When asked why still stream on Twitch if OnlyFans was a huge income source, Amouranth shared that Twitch is where she sees her biggest conversion.
"I do kind of enjoy it, but mostly Twitch is a billboard that I get paid to advertise on," said Amouranth in an interview with Jake Lucky posted on Twitter. "It's a funnel, because social media will often just shadow ban a bunch of sexy content. Your reach is nuked on other platforms but not Twitch."
Other sources of income
Outside of streaming and OnlyFans content, Amouranth has also invested in businesses. She most notably invested $10 million to purchase a 25% share of a 7-11 store in November 2021.
In November 2021, Amouranth also purchased a Circle K gas station for $1.1 million.
"Now I owe $1,110,000 LESS in taxes for the calendar year," said Amouranth on Twitter in November 2021. "So we get back or “save” $110,000 And we acquire a gas station generating $85,000/year in rental / lease income. (That we don’t have to manage)."