GHFAM: Subscribe to GirlHero!
Subscribing to GirlHero is one of the best ways to support the stream!
We were officially partnered on June 25, 2015.
- 19 GirlHero Custom Emotes
- Two NEW Sub Tiers for 2 extra emotes!
- Exclusive Chat Badge (Changes 3, 6, 12 months, 2 Yrs)
- Access to bypass bot filters
- Added to my friends list on Xbox/Steam
- Priority to play games first!
- Monthly sub giveaways
- Triple the points in chat!
- Unlimited/point-free sub songrequests
- Weekly community games + Discord hangouts!
- Weekend sub movie nights!
- Weekly anime-nights! (Usually every Thursday)
- Access to our Minecraft Sub-Only Server
- Supporting GirlHero in continuing to stream
What Is Light?
What Can I Do With Light?
Light is the stream currency. You’ll receive light by spending time in the stream – Subscribers gain 3x more light. Non-subs receive 2 light every 10 minutes.
Easier ways to receive more currency: Host the stream (100 light), follow the channel (50 light), subscribe to the channel (300 light).
As of right now, all ‘light’ is used for games in the stream chat. Use these commands to play!
- !battle [username here] – Battle another user in the chat to gain light
- !ffa – Only one will win all the light
- !heist – Join a group for an adventure to gain light
- !gamble # / !gamble all – Dare to double your chances or lose it all?
- !flip – Try your luck.
When did you start streaming?
December 2013. My first game I ever started playing on stream was Sniper Elite, then I was really involved with Warframe. Officially partnered by June 25th, 2015. Read more here!
Are you single?
Nope. I have a boyfriend who I’ve been dating for 2 years now; You’ll see him in the chat under the username “MINDSV”. We met through Twitch through one of my favorite games – Been beyond happy ever since.
Did you stop streaming/playing Halo?
Recently, I’ve been enjoying branching out and playing other types of games. We use to stream Halo at least 5 times a week – I’ve narrowed it down to once or twice a week due to feeling the urge of wanting to play other games. I’ll always love Halo, but it’s nice to change it up a bit! And yes, I will be streaming Halo 6 once released.
Where did the name “GirlHero” come from?
On July of 2012, I started a blog dedicated to all my geeky fandoms. I was really involved with attending many comic-cons & loved the idea of super heroes. It was a great time making so much blog content and I felt like I could do as much as I can – GirlHero came to me as an idea of being “Nonstoppable, ambitious”. I’d also like to add, anyone can feel like a super hero.