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It's simple, you know?

Powered by inSTREAMLY and hosted by Katarzyna Dąbrowska, "It's simple, you know?" is a podcast that navigates through the world of game streamers as a medium for brands to communicate and interact with Generation Z. inSTREAMLY is the leading platform connecting top brands to streamers worldwide for branded content partnerships.

Do you want to know how to cooperate with streamers and why it is a good strategy for your brand? Are you looking for streaming insights? Do you want to stand out and be relevant to a young and influential audience? On this podcast, we share our knowledge of the streaming world, discuss its massive potential, interview important industry players, and bring exclusive content for you to start running innovative branded campaigns that bring superior results. Subscribe and stay tuned for new episodes every other Tuesday.

Jérôme Coupez - founder and CEO of Prodigy Agency & top esports agent
56 min listen

Jérôme Coupez - founder and CEO of Prodigy Agency & top esports agent

Ramiro Teodósio - an esport player, a lawyer, and CEO of For The Win Esports
55 min listen

Ramiro Teodósio - an esport player, a lawyer, and CEO of For The Win Esports

Fernando Rojo - a social media magician
42 min listen

Fernando Rojo - a social media magician

Misha Sher - the world of branded marketing.
34 min listen

Misha Sher - the world of branded marketing.

Łukasz Żołynia - from gaming enthusiast to manager at a leading esport organisation.
55 min listen

Łukasz Żołynia - from gaming enthusiast to manager at a leading esport organisation.

It's simple, you know? - Introduction
2 min listen

It's simple, you know? - Introduction

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