By Steffan Powell Published 8 minutes ago Share close Share page Copy link About sharing Playing video games for a living is a dream job for millions of people. Streaming on platforms like Twitch has made that a reality for many – with the buzz of interacting live with fans from around the world as you play. However, for some streamers like Sam, the punishing schedule required to make a living from the site has taken a toll: “I don’t like opening my door to anyone anymore, I don’t go out, I don’t talk to anyone,” she explains. “I don’t like talking to people face to face, it’s been so long since I’ve done it.” Sam, known online as Sooshi, quit her job as an office manager two years ago to move house and become a full-time professional streamer – she loves first-person shooters and has built a community of thousands of followers. She wanted to make a success of that decision which meant spending a lot of time live broadcasting on Twitch: “I decided that I needed to do 10 hours a day everyday, maybe with Sunday off if I was tired. “Ten hours a day is a lot….