Akosi Dogie States That He's Unmotivated to Do Streaming and Daily Vlogging
Nexplay EVOS’ pro player, Setsuna “Akosi Dogie” Ignacio revealed in one of his vlogs that he is burned out by his daily routine of vlogging and streaming Mobile Legends: Bang Bang content. The pro player stated that he is getting tired of doing the same thing every day which makes him feel unmotivated and unwilling to upload anything. Dogie added that he still wants to continue being a content creator but he has been feeling lazy these past few weeks and couldn’t find the motivation to do so. He then proceeded to ask his fans to drop comments and share their opinions regarding the matter.
Akosi Dogie expresses his lack of motivation to do streaming and vlogging
Popular Mobile Legends content creator and Nexplay EVOS’ pro player, Akosi Dogie revealed that he feels unmotivated to do streaming and vlogging. In a video titled, “SAWA NA AKO” (translated as “I’m Tired”), he expressed his unwillingness to continue being a content creator.
He also stated that he has been doing physical activities such as playing basketball every day to keep a healthy lifestyle alongside his career as a steamer and content creator. He also recently made a vlog where he with his friends and other popular Filipino content creators.
Dogie has been a streamer even before Facebook implemented a platform for livestreams and content creators. He stated that he has been streaming on Facebook for more than five years and now feels burnt out by doing livestreams and vlogs every day.
He added that doing daily vlogs is his way of forcing himself to get up and do something other than sitting all day in front of his computer or mobile phone. He doesn’t want to stop making content for his fans, he just feels unmotivated to do it.
“Why I don’t frequently stream is because I’m getting lazy,” stated Dogie. “I’m no longer happy with what I’m doing.”
Dogie clarified that he’s not doing daily vlogs for the views. He just wants his fans to see the events happening inside Nexplay’s boot camp.
“It’s not about the views guys, I don’t care about that. I do this because I want all of you to see what’s happening in our lives every single day,” stated Dogie.
He then proceeded to ask his fans about their opinions and maybe give him some tips on how he can keep making content and vlogs in the future. Dogie assured that he reads comments from his fans, he just doesn’t react to any of the comments to prevent his fans from thinking he has favorites.
Dogie will be returning to the Mobile Legends esports scene in the upcoming MPL PH Season 8 under Nexplay EVOS. Their first match will be against the defending MPL PH champions, Blacklist International. However, due to the , the MPL Season is temporarily postponed with no official announcement on when it will kick-off.