The Gaming Careers Podcast
Twitch Can’t Keep Taking 50% of Earnings…
Twitch are under pressure after Facebook announced that creators will be keeping 100% of revenue from subscriptions and badges and Twitter have announced they will only be taking a 3% cut on Super Follows. Join Pete and Ben in this week's livestream as they also discuss updates to Spotify's Greenroom, YouTube analytics, and much more!
June 28, 2021
Twitch are under pressure after Facebook announced that creators will be keeping 100% of revenue from subscriptions and badges and Twitter have announced they will only be taking a 3% cut on Super Follows. Join Pete and Ben in this week’s livestream as they also discuss updates to Spotify’s Greenroom, YouTube analytics, and much more!
- Facebook Announces It Will Wave Subscriber Revenue
- Twitter Introduces Monetization Options
- Twitch Emote Updates
- NMPA Files Numerous DMCAs
- Spotify Launches Greenroom
- ASMR Streamers Banned on Twitch
- Twitch Cheer Incentives
- Instagram Affiliate Tools
- Make Your Microphone Sound Pro
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The founder of Gaming Careers with a borderline unhealthy obsession for cameras, microphones, and all things streaming. He gets mistaken for Stephen Merchant at least 5 times a day.
Blessed with a voice that's perfect for podcasting, cursed with a name so common that it requires underscores. Certified data nerd.
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15th May 2023
This week on the Gaming Careers podcast we discussed a variety of news from Twitch and YouTube, such as Kai Cenat's record-breaking achievement, Stream Elements' new charity alerts feature, and Discord's new Super Reactions feature for Nitro subscribers. We also discussed Twitch and YouTube updates, including their new features such as Viewer Milestones, Multi-Language Audio, and the Time To Stream Experiment.
On this week's episode, we discuss four of the main platforms - Twitter, YouTube, kick.com, and Twitch. We chat about the changes to Twitter's longer tweets, the impact of YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki stepping down, the potential for kick.com to become a major streaming platform and Twitch's engagement strategies and the channel skins feature.