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Slotlady — Success Of A Female Gambler YouTube Channel

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A thumbnail from Sarah Slotlady Youtube video, where the YouTuber is smiling after a win at a casino

Slotlady, real name Sarah, is a bright and smiling addition to the gambling community on YouTube. The audience of her YouTube channel is more than 70 thousand subscribers, while around 10 thousand people follow her on Facebook and Instagram.

SlotLady Channel Inception

Slotlady started her YouTube channel in July 2017. After advertising her project on the Vegas Fanatics forum and publishing new content daily, Sarah has garnered over 2.3 million views by the beginning of 2019. Some videos have more than 200 thousand views, even reaching more than a million views over time:

The main motivation to start the channel is the love of gambling. In her message to subscribers, she wrote:

“I love slot machines and gambling in casinos, so I decided to create my own blog to share my experience with you.”

Who Sarah Really Is

Slotlady prefers not to talk a lot about herself. She is 26 years old and lives in Toronto, Canada. She often visits casinos in Niagara Falls and Las Vegas.

Sarah posts pre-recorded videos, frequently hosts live streams of playing in land-based casinos on her channel, as well as streams of online casino play sessions on her Twitch channel. Unlike some gambling channels (but similar to the channel of Brian Christopher, fellow gambling YouTuber), her content differs from the classic reviews of slot machines. Her method is to launch the slot and record whatever comes her way.

Videos come out almost daily. Sarah is also busy during Christmas and long holidays to post new content for the fans.

The channel’s preferred casino slots are based on movies and TV shows, as well as timeless classics. In her collection, you can find such slot machines as

In her online store, Sarah sells T-shirts, sweatshirts, hoodies, sports bags and phone cases. A distinctive feature of all products from Slotlady — a logo of a smiling lemon.

Slotlady YouTube channel logo depicts a smiling yellow lemon.

Sarah has also recently teamed up with the aforementioned Brian Christopher for a collaboration video. Here’s the one that went up on her channel:

Polarized Audience

While the Slotlady channel is gaining popularity, there are debates about Sarah’s professionalism on some forums.

Some gamblers criticize Slotlady, claiming that the YouTuber knows nothing about the games she plays. Slotlady’s defenders say that the audience is often prejudiced towards female-streamers. According to them, men often pay more attention to appearance, rather than professionalism.

Despite the negative comments, Sarah Slotlady continues to post videos and devotes her free time to gambling.

SlotLady Net Worth

Even though Sarah has an impressive presence in the gambling section of YouTube, her main source of income probably consists of Twitch, Patreon, affiliate deals, her online merch store and winnings from the slot machines. This is due to the fact that gambling videos can rarely be monetized on the main platform.

At the time of writing, Sarah has 83 patrons on Patreon, where the minimum pledge is $5 a month, going up to $10, $25, $100, $1,000 and the biggest one is $10,000. It is more likely, however, that most of the subscribers are on the lower end of the donation level, seeing that her Patreon goal is 63% reached.

Additionally, Sarah has more than 2,000 followers on Twitch. Some of them may be subscribers as well, which one can become by pledging a sum starting from $4.99 per month. It is unclear how many subscribers she might have, as this data is not public. Nevertheless, subscribers in all mediums, coupled with slot wins, should be enough to make the activity worthwhile.