Trivium's Matt Heafy

Trivium’s Matt Heafy Reveals How Much Money He Earns Monthly On Twitch (Updated)


Update: June 21st, 2021 09:48 AM:

Trivium bassist Paolo Gregoletto has since disputed the numbers presented in the New York Times article in regards to the band’s monthly revenue from digital service providers. He commented:

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Speaking recently with The New York Times Trivium vocalist/guitarist Matt Heafy revealed how much money he makes monthly via his Twitch streaming. A variety streamer of sorts, Heafy has dedicated a considerable amount of time to that channel since launching it in 2018.

He livestreams on average 5 days a week and his activities include everything from video game sessions to guitar playthroughs, covers and more. His rigorous streaming schedule on the platform has also found him lining up several sponsorship deals. According to Heafy, 2019 and 2020 found his Twitch generating him just under $10,000 a month during 2019/2020.

The New York Times also revealed that Trivium themselves average roughly $11,000 monthly from the royalties generated by the streams of their music on leading digital service providers. Heafy stated of his demanding streaming schedule:

“Even if I don’t feel like practicing, I know people are going to be there who want to hear a couple hours of their favorite Trivium. So I make sure I’m there to make their day good.”

Heafy‘s efforts over the years have garnered him 223,000 followers on Twitch over the years. He has also built up 200,000 subscribers to his YouTube channel. He is not the only member of the band to frequently stream on Twitch as drummer Alex Bent has amassed 24,300 followers, bassist Paolo Gregoletto has built up a following of 16,600 people and guitarist Corey Beaulieu has chalked up 13,500 followers.

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