Even broadcasting that can do their jobs well from within their homes, seemingly endless, it's impossible to ignore covid-19. Before everything is said and done, everyone will have an impact. To help flowers make money to meet, Microsoft-owned Mixer gave all of its partners $ 100.
Any Mixer can work to become a partner, and when they clear different barriers to visualization and creativity, they gain access to new monetization options, icons, first access to new features, and other holes. Now Mixer has the gift of all his $ 100 partners to help them through these difficult times of misunderstanding.
Broadcasters who took to Twitter expressed their gratitude.
"Any act is helpful and kind," said one of Mixer's biggest distributors, Cory “King Gothalion” Michael, who left Twitch last year. "Who knows what a $ 100 Client Partner can be made or break?"
"THANK YOU A mixer for taking care of your partners and giving us more during this difficult time," says one colleague, Leckakay.
It is understandable that Mixer would do this. In addition to broadcasting, some of the smaller Mixer partners are still running regular jobs and trying to hold on to them as such unemployment is increasing. In addition, broadcast operators make a huge chunk of their revenue from subscriptions and donations from fans. As times get harder and people begin to tighten their belts, it is unlikely that regular payments to developers will flow regularly.
While very few people would object to refusing to pay the $ 100 for free, some people on Twitter have criticized Mixer, who also owns Microsoft's goddamn Microsoft – at a very high price. Granted, it pays for thousands of partners, but even so, it may not come to all that a company has deeper pockets than any other. At a time when most companies are reducing costs and putting down staff, it's something.
This has also caused Twitch's partners to wonder if the kingpin broadcast will also see fit to throw a chunk of it to change their path. Twitch belongs to Amazon, so it may be able to do that, even if it is List of 41,812 partners much larger than the Mixer, a much smaller platform. Kotaku Twitch reached out to ask if he had any plans to provide assistance to the people addressing the epidemic, but since it was published, it had yet to respond.
In the meantime, investigators suggest that Twitch may have intervened to keep them going.
“Maybe Twitch can help creators by giving them a better division on (registration)? Or get rid of over-the-counter medication? Just a thought. Personally I don't need it, but some certainly want it, ” he said StarCraft II streaming with pro Gosu_PvP on Twitter.
"It would be great if they encouraged some kind of sale in subs, pieces, anything to help." said Twitch teammate of TheGeekChick. "I want them to believe that they have something to do, but when Amazon pulls the trigger, it's tough."