Turns out kids these days all wanna be internet streamers when they grow up.
A new survey from Logitech NZ has revealed 75 percent of youth between the ages of 10 and 18 reckon they want to take on YouTube and Twitch as a job.
Whether it's getting paid to be a gamer or raking in the earnings on YouTube.
Should we be surprised? According to the survey, kids watch way more online vids than their parents, with 63% of kids watching online vids at least once a day.
Good luck with asking mum and dad to help fund your dreams though.
47% of parents said they wouldn't support their kids financially if they decided to persue their dreams or turning their hobby into a career.
It can be done though. Just look at this Kiwi 'Granny' who's making bank on Twitch!
'Granny' is a local Twitch streamer who's built a community of over 80,000 Twitch followers. They've also just been picked up by T-Pain’s management company in the US. So it's definitely not impossible to make streaming work as a career.
Goes to show - you can make it work if you put your mind to it.