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Content Creator Q&A: Isifire

    Hello everyone, and welcome to Halo Spotlight. This piece is a content creator Q&A. As the name implies, we have a sit down with a Halo content creator and ask some questions.

    In this Content Creator Q&A we’re spoke to Isifire, a Spanish Halo content creator that creates Halo related YouTube videos for a Spanish speaking audience.

    In this Q&A, we thought we’d try and bridge the gap between audiences and ask Isifire some questions in English, so that ourselves and other English speakers can get to know Isifire a bit better.

    As always, The Writing Spartan asked the questions, and received some answers back. You can find the answers below, so please enjoy. We’ve changed the formatting a little too, so let us know what you think of the answers using Italic.

    Question: For those who may not know you, could you tell us a little bit of background on who you are, and how you got into Halo?

    “First of all, I’m 20 years old, my name is Isidro and I’m a Spanish Content Creator. I have played Halo since I was a child with my father and now I still keep playing and enjoying the saga but also making content and collaborating with the community. I make videos in my YouTube channel Isifire, my favourite platform for upload content.”

    Question: Your Halo content is focused currently on a Spanish audience, so for those who might not speak Spanish, could you give us some insight on what kind of content you create?

    “My content is usually focused on Halo MCC & Infinite news. Sometimes I also upload mods, but for now I’m waiting for the official support to make more content about it.”

    Question: Via messages and this Q&A, you’re really great at typing in English. Do you want to try and branch out and also make English content at all?

    I have thought about trying to make content in English, because it is the biggest community of Halo and I would get better numbers. But I feel good where I am, I have could meet wonderful people and do friends.

    Question: What do you think the main challenges are of being a none English focused Halo content creator?

    “One of the biggest problems is that, the main public of Halo speaks English, there are big communities like the Spanish-LATAM one but is obvious that the English content creators receive more support from 343 Industries and the people in general.”

    Question: What are your current goals as a Halo content creator?

    My goals as Content Creator are to expand the Spanish Community because the main Spanish-Speaking people belongs to LATAM and I think I can help to make the difference. For this, I’m also one of the Admins of HaloEspaña, one community that we made around two years old, and right now its bigger than ever.

    Currently we are working to improve the competitive scene in Spain but not only that, also keeping the grow of the fanbase.”

    Question: Do you have any advice to people that want to try making videos or content for YouTube?

    “As a little Youtuber that only has two years making content, the best advice is to be constant, as easy as get the habit and repeat, maybe your first videos only get ten views. And its okay, sooner or later you will grow, and its exponential.

    Just be constant and always try to be better.”

    An huge thank you to Isifire for taking the time to talk to us. We really enjoyed hearing the positives and challenges that come with being a Spanish content creator, and hopefully we’ve helped spread the word a little too.

    If you’d like to see more from Isifire, you can do so on their Twitter Account and YouTube Channel.

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