Twitch is considering cutting streamer payouts, Bloomberg reveals

Twitch is considering cutting streamer payouts, Bloomberg reveals

The company may soon reduce the compensation of well-known streamers.

According to a new report published in recent days by Bloomberg, Twitch the world-famous purple live streaming platform owned by Amazon would be considering making some changes in the way pay i best content creators.

the well-known online portal mentioned above claimed to have learned of this important and unexpected news from some people who are familiar with the plans of the famous online retailer, a change that would allow the company to increase your profits but which at the same time would risk move away some of its biggest stars.

Twitch may soon reduce the compensation of larger streamers

The Bloomberg report also goes on to state that in that of Twitch are considering offering incentives to streamers for run more advertisements All this, however, also reducing the proportion of the subscription fees distributed to the major content creators of the site.

The sources to whom we owe this new round of indiscretions, and who asked not to be identified because the discussions are private and therefore would face obvious legal problems, then specified how some changes to the monetization structure from Twitch could be implemented as early as this summer.

The staff of the well-known purple streaming platform would therefore be evaluating the possibility of reducing from 70% al 50% revenue from channel subscriptions granted through the so-called partnership program. Another option instead is that of create multiple levels and set criteria on how to qualify for each of them.

In return though Twitch could offer to free partners from exclusivity restrictions, allowing them to stream on other platforms as well, among which it is impossible not to mention YouTube and Facebook.

At this point we just have to wait and see if we really owned the company Amazon will decide to kick off this important novelty, with the most well-known streamers who may not take this novelty at all well.


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