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Professional VTuber

Game Academy´s diagnostics is based on the data analysis and research of over 200 scientific papers on skills, games and employment. Clusters are potential occupations according to the game data you provided.
  • Passion
  • Strengths
Research suggests that it is worth correlating your in-game drivers and motivation to professional ones. That might lead to more enjoyment every day at work. And doing what you enjoy is definitely a north star in a career.

In games, you enjoy learning new mechanics and improving corresponding skills. That's why in professional life, you're very interested in learning how things work and how to crack them. Next step: think of the next area in game (and in life) that you can explore.

You often play games to relax, as it helps to take you mind off tough real-life things. That's completely fine; a balance between work and relaxation is important. Just make sure that the balance is there. Otherwise, double check if you real-life is going the direction that you want it to.

You often play games simply to have fun, mess around, do silly things and to feel happier. That's great, who'd argue with that! As long as you are able to have fun via different activities. Fun is important in games, but also in work and life. Think how you can bring the feeling of joy and happiness to your every day life. Start with gamish things. Mess around in your flat. Speak to a person with a great sense of humour. Pursue habits, but break them too.

Your gaming skills that can be translated to professional ones.
Power 3

You are good at action games. According to research it demands fast reaction and good hand-eye coordination. It helps develop multitasking and information management skills to make you able to select relevant information over time and suppress distracting information, make you retrieve information with better accuracy, higher precision and following an highly efficient strategy.
Based on:
You are skilled at Minecraft.

You are good at games that demand creativity. Activities that demand developing, designing, or creating new applications, ideas, relationships, systems, or products are the areas where you can express yourself. Creativity is the No1 'soft' skill that employers want in 2020, according to LinkedIn. Organisations need people who can take a creative approach to problems and tasks across all business roles, from software engineering to human resources. Best advice: focus upon honing your ability to bring new ideas to the table.
Based on:
You are skilled at Minecraft.

💬 Quest submissions
Ryan completed quest QUEST: Play creatively
thoughts: I was planning on doing some of the mods in minecraft but some keep crashing
ideas: Allocate more memory to minecraft to see if that fixes the problem.
ideas1: Focus on a different mod like the “Fire and ice” mod to see if I can tame a dragon
ideas2: Work on a magic based mod to get stronger spells for my wand
ideas3: Keep exploring the nether for more pets until I find the cloud pet for more efficient flight
ideas4: Maybe make an ME system to store my items
ideas5: Do the horrible mission of catching every fish available
ideas6: Expand my house because I’m running out of space
Ryan completed quest QUEST: Make decisions in life
thoughts: Deciding which college would be best to further my IT career
thoughts1: Arranged a short break away from home to take part in a tournament
thoughts2: Decided my own career path
thoughts3: The design for my official VTuber model
thoughts4: Find new ways to attract more viewers
thoughts5: Potentially joining a VTuber agency
Ryan completed quest QUEST: Make decisions in-game
game1: Megapolis (Building sim)
thoughts3: Placing large fire stations closer to bigger buildings. This helped to keep emergencies under control.
thoughts4: Targeting the most active players during battles. I’ve notice that this is the fastest method to rise up the ranks in club wars
thoughts5: Choosing different areas to build than my club mates. I noticed that this makes for better trading and building options m.
Ryan completed quest QUEST: Update your Goal
Goal that drives: My goal is still to be a professional VTuber but I want to be one that can brighten people’s day whenever they need it
Ryan completed quest QUEST: Your third Driver
thoughts: Pleasure is my 3rd driver which makes a lot of sense since I like to have fun and make people laugh. Making people happy is what helps me through life and is a part of my ultimate goal. (I’m including a screenshot of my favourite video that I’ve done because it makes people laugh)
Ryan completed quest QUEST: Explore your second Driver
thoughts: Relax is my 2nd driver which I guess makes sense since I’m always relaxed. Playing relaxing games helps to take my mind away from my personal problems.
Ryan completed quest QUEST: Explore your second Power
thoughts: Creativity as a power will help me achieve my goal as it is an important aspect of what I want to do. As I’m currently in the design phase for my long term VTuber model, creativity will play a large part in how the model is going to look.
Ryan completed quest QUEST: Explore your first Driver
thoughts: My driver is learning which I find interesting. I like to learn new mechanics in games but my mind tends to wander after a while unless I’m really interested. A good example would be borderlands series of games. I have completed each one several times purely because it’s fun to learn how each character works and how many different play styles I can do with them.
Ryan completed quest QUEST: Explore your first Power
thoughts: I’m not really sure how it can help with my goals
Ryan completed quest QUEST: Tell us about a gaming victory!
gamingachievement: Completing trails of cold steel 2 7 times
lifeachievement: Doing a drama workshop in a school