Even though i'm on a major break from depositing absolutely anywhere because of how shocking and rigged the losing scripts on RTP became for an extended period of time today is such a wonderful day that these parasites are one step from being gone.
Agreed, I think Twitch allowed it to fester for way too long, to the point the crypto scams could use the headliner streamers as a "shield" essentially - contrast with YT which formally banned gambling affiliate links in 2018, and gambling adverts in 2021 (along with politics and alcohol if I recall correctly). Additionally YT doesn't have the same "reliance" on those content creators that Twitch had, so much easier for them to stamp out quickly if they so wish.Out of the frying pan into the fire - Twitch, being newer and a rival to YT clearly never worried too much about standards until now, whereas YT will pretty soon put a stop to any crapola of this type. Unlike Twatch, they never permitted gambling transactional links so if they think the grass is greener on YT, they'll be quickly disillusioned.
They will just move to dif platform.Even though i'm on a major break from depositing absolutely anywhere because of how shocking and rigged the losing scripts on RTP became for an extended period of time today is such a wonderful day that these parasites are one step from being gone.
|Category||Ballpark (2130 GMT, past 7 days)||Current (2130 GMT)|
|/slots||50-75k viewers, 175-225 streams||14.0k viewers, 130 streams|
|/virtualcasino||30-40k viewers, 80-100 streams||7.6k viewers, 57 streams|
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Fully agree with @PMKFRUITPRO on this one... it stinks to high heaven. For a number to be legitimately that big, he'd need to be holding a decent stake of er... stake, or revshare against literally billions of dollars of losses.
Pretty much, most of the "twitch banned gambling" crowd were streamers moaning that they were getting restricted and spreading misinformation for further clickbait and drama-farming. The casino/slots category expanded significantly when the monopoly money crowd jumped on board, and similarly the category has contracted significantly when they were booted off - just like it did when illegal and/or rigged CSGO skin gambling websites popped up a few years prior.So as long as it's sites that are "regulated" people can still stream? That's what I got from it anyway, Is there anything new since?
Looks like it's banned now. Twitch do seem fairly responsive to reports currently, but only bot channels seem to trigger the actioned email because they tend to get banned in a matter of minutes (others can be hours, partners tend to get more - sometimes too much - leniency). Hopefully that responsiveness continues!I reported channel yes, but it is still on