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Sunday, 12 September 2021

Twitch sues two alleged 'hate raid' organizers to expose their identities


At the end of August, streamers coalesced under the #TwitchDoBetter hashtag to demand a response from Twitch. #ADayOffTwitch was organized for September 1 to hit Twitch’s bottom line. About 10,000 fewer streamers went online that day, reducing Twitch’s usual peak of 4.5 million concurrent viewers to 3.5 million.

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