In the last few weeks, a growing number of Twitch's top broadcasts you didn't go live, even though you were. To maximize viewing gains from AllowedIn the beta key system, some of the broadcasters have been throwing the live underground to keep the stream going 24/7. Now, that is no longer allowed.
Twitch announced the change into ruThis is about the decline of its program on Twitter yesterday. “We have heard concerns about creators broadcasting VODs continuously while marking a channel as & # 39; Live & # 39; to cultivate it Allowed
Twitch "Drops" is a promotional program that allows channels to offer viewers the benefits of exchanging content. It was at the heart of AllowedSpeaker success: The upgraded Riot star is still working on a closed beta, and fans will be on the verge of launching a real contest to enter. Viewers are ready for the chance to get a beta key after a few hours of viewing, but their chances are up to scratch.
While the comeback was built on the program, Riot and Twitch did not specify a fixed location, resulting in many viewers being idle in broadcast conversations, in the hope of adding a significant amount of hours. Some streaming editors have opted to use this, integrating live streaming video on demand (VOD) to keep up with their online channels and provide 24/7 drops. This program play, born of Riot's gameplay of the Twitch system, resulted in further releases from many broadcasters, including established terms such as It's a "Myth" of Kabbani
Each company updated community guidelines, the law itself says that "cheating on Twitch's awards program (such as Drops or channel schedules)" is not allowed. This is clear enough to imagine what future strategies might be designed to deceive. However, it seems that the law does not specifically prohibit the obsolete 24/7 broadcast as long as they keep their mushy gray area away from the Twitch sanctuary. Kotaku
In the meantime, developers – at least, weren't working 24/7 Allowed streams – it seems enjoy the change.
“Thank you for appreciating the honesty of participating in the platform,” wrote Myychal “Trihex” Jefferson in response to Twitch's announcement. “Even though this took over way too long Forcing from countryall. "