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Loveleen Kaur / ONE37pm

Sooshi's heart is always fulfilled thanks to two very important factors in her life - sushi and video games. And judging by her Twitch moniker, it's easy to spot the connection between her love for delicious Japanese cuisine. When the time comes for her to hop on the sticks for a live and highly appreciative audience, Sooshi does so by putting her immense first-person shooter skills on full display. Somehow someway, we succeeded at pulling Sooshi away from her hardcore Apex Legends, Valorant, and Overwatch 2 game sessions to pick her brain about her origins and so much more. Tap in!

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ONE37pm: Give us a brief overview of the partnerships you've acquired due to your career thus far.

Sooshi: I am currently an AMD partner, which is an amazing opportunity. I am also partnered with G Fuel Energy, which I replaced my previous energy drinks with. Lastly, I have featured on the Blizzard Launcher several times for Overwatch, which still feels like a daydream to me.

ONE37pm: So you love sushi! What sushi recommendations would you give to someone who's interested in trying it out for the very first time?

Sooshi: People often mistake "sushi" for just meaning "raw fish," which is so not true! There are plenty of tasty non-raw rolls to try. I like starting with some simple avocado maki with soy sauce and Japanese mayo. Sweet potato/pumpkin or prawn tempura crunchy rolls are to die for. My personal favorite is a salmon and avocado temaki, which DOES have raw salmon but it is insanely good.

ONE37pm: What are three essential pieces of advice you think every up-and-coming content creator/streamer should know?

Sooshi: 1 - Do not enter the streaming world expecting any form of monetary returns. It is a sad truth but it has to be a passion and hobby for you to succeed. If you go into it expecting to make a living you might not last long enough.

2 - Turn off your viewer count. It is easy to obsess over numbers and be deflated when you aren't growing, but during the stream is not the time to think about it. Enjoy the people who are there for you and have fun. Try to leave the stat reviews for off-stream if you feel like you need to assess your game plan.

3 - Do not self-advertise in other streamers' chats. Discord is okay if they have a designated self-promo channel. If you do this in their chat it can seem rude and make them not wish to collaborate with you at a later date.

Be sure to holler at Sooshi on her Twitter, Twitch, TikTok, Instagram, and YouTube. And tell her we sent you!

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