If she approaches five million subscribers on her Twitch account, Kaitlyn “Amouranth” Siragusa has diversified its activities and therefore its sources of income. In particular, she has developed the habit of investing in various sectors. His latest investment surprised his fans.
Amouranth is expanding its activities
Extremely popular on Twitch, Amouranth is no longer satisfied with his lives on the streaming platform to generate money. First, she can rely on her OnlyFans account, which is by far her biggest source of income. On it, she posts very explicit photos and videos of herself, allowing her both to exceed the limits imposed by Twitch and to monetize her body. from Internet users willing to spend impressive sums.
But Amouranth has also started to invest in various sectors, in which we do not necessarily expect it. So last year, the influencer bought a gas station and a 7-Eleven chain store for $ 4 million and $ 10 million, respectively. She later explained that these investments were paying off for her. and allowed him to deduct large sums of his taxes. Which explains his new madness.
Amouranth and the swimming pools
The love story between the young influencer and swimming pools is not new. On Twitch, the streamer is used to scantily clad streams, in which she is lounging in an inflatable pool, during activities each more exciting than the next … But this time, this story takes a step forward, since Amouranth announced on Twitter that she had started investing $ 7 million over 7 years in a company making inflatable pool accessories.
If the company concerned is not mentioned, Amouranth nevertheless states that it generates revenue of around $ 15 million per year. and that it supplies major resellers including Amazon. Over the year 2021, it would have drawn profits of 20% following this investment, carried out at low rate according to its declarations. She hopes that this rate will be maintained over the next six years, in order to guarantee certain financial comfort.
So it would seem that Amouranth has not finished finding malignant (or questionable, it depends) methods of making money.