Any salty kid could pay to bot the shit out of a streamer they hate to get them banned I feel like every week there is people crying about Sticky not being banned. I guess Twitch turns a blind eye to the regular sub giveaways, as it's unlikely they would be liable. Right then and there I knew I was making a mistake because it is against twitch rules to do something like this. I then said my thoughts on him and then heard on his stream where he mentioned some things about me because his chat was trying to pin him vs me, and my chat vs him. I've never once tried to hide who I am and sugar coat things, if you ask me my opinion, I'll give it.
Basically if a streamer got viewbotted, they shut down the stream themselves being afraid of being banned. I deserve my 48hour ban and I won't let this happen again. I had been drinking because it was the drinking stream for the week, and I started talking about it because people mentioned it in chat. Massan himself stated non-gaming content as the reason on his twitter 5 hours ago. .
The steamer is the one taking the risk, as they are, as far as I understand, probably breaking some laws or regulations. Stickyrice will never be banned for view botting why wont you idiots realize this twitch can only ban a streamer for view botting if they have 100% proof that the streamer himself is paying for the service. I guess streamers have gradually pushed the limits in the direction of paid raffles since then. I apologize if this didn't make much sense, just got back from a charity lan and I haven't had much sleep. Any salty kid could pay to bot the shit out of a streamer they hate to get them banned This is what people were really afraid of year or two ago.
After that ban, streamers suddenly got really scared of running any giveaways at all, even ones open to all viewers. Myself and a couple others who have streamed for over a year and continued to grind were talking and we have been upset lately non stop seeing viewbotters with twice our viewers in the csgo section. This is a complicated topic though, and the legality of it might depend on where the streamer is located and who enters the raffle. Imagine Twitch banning every streamer with bots in their channel? I believe the only raffles Twitch has taken actions against are the ones where you donate a specific amount for a ticket in a raffle, with the banning of the. Then Twitch said that there is no fear and now we are here. Let me clarify, I'm not trying to say I was in the right or anything.
Nevertheless, Twitch never publicly discuss disciplinary actions against streamers, so we probably won't ever know the reason for certain. However, I mean no man or woman harm that doesn't harm or intend to harm me, and I'm very disappointed that this was taken to this level. I'm clearly in the wrong, and I let my emotions get the best of me, and along with alcohol and twitch chatters it all got to me. . .
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