It’s been a hell of a week for Twitch, hasn’t it? First, gambling streamer ItsSliker admitted to scamming followers and other streamers out of $200,000 to fund his gambling addiction.
Predictably, but hypocritically, a bunch of big streamers called on Twitch to ban gambling streams, which it dutifully did. Well, some of them.
Other streamers, including xQc, Ludwig, and Mizkif worked to pay back scammed fans, before it all descended into grave accusations that seemed to be more about points-scoring than justice.
Then, Twitch announced it was reducing the revenue split for big streamers, meaning they’ll earn less money and the platform will make more profit.Read more on thegamer.com