The tipping culture there is WAY different than camsites. Begging for tips there is highly discouraged by the viewers and you could easily alienate people by pushing stuff too much. You have to get very creating in your tipping incentives and on-stream pushing for them. Most of my tips came from people I brought myself over from camsites.
I wanted to expand on this...
I observed a couple cam models who went over to Twitch, including one of the bigger models on MFC who tried making Twitch her new full time thing in place of MFC. They were treating Twitch like it should be the same as a camsite, where they're streaming games strictly for YOUR entertainment with the subliminal notion that you shouldn't freeload off their content.
Well in actuality, Twitch is not that at all. Streaming games is not a culture where viewers are obligated to pay just to watch someone play games - the same games we can play ourselves - despite its setup has many similarities to camming. A ton of new streamers began their Twitch careers as a hobby with the added bonus of getting partnered, getting subscribers, getting bits/tips, or donations. Sure there's a ton of overlap shared with NSFW camming, but for any cam model moving to Twitch thinking you deserved to get paid for your services as a streamer, stop right there. You're in the wrong business