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Twitch Reconsiders Gambling As Cautionary Tales Continue Adding Up

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Twitch could be reconsidering its take on gambling streams at some point in the very near future. The company has already banned the handing out of referral codes to online casinos and other gambling websites.

This however comes after months of controversy and multiple instances of lives ruined or even lost on account of such streams.

The news about a policy change comes from a spokesperson for Twitch who recently described how the platform is in the “midst of a deep dive into gambling behavior.” Speaking to Bloomberg, the spokesperson added that “we take any potential harm to our community extremely seriously.

While gambling content represents a very small fraction of the content streamed on Twitch, we monitor it closely to ensure our approach mitigates potential harm to our global community.” RELATED: xQc's Gambling Streams Are So Much Worse Than The Twitch Fart Meta The contention around gambling all began when the streamer xQc started accepting sponsorships from online casinos and handing out referral codes, most notably to a website called Stake.

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