No idea who the guy is and couldn't really care less, but also think twitch look like the bad guys here. Like, whatever the guy did/didn't do let people decide themselves if they still want to support him or not. Wouldn't be half as bad if there were alternatives for him to go to, but there kind of aren't. Aren't twitch owned by the same company as youtube or something? I dunno, but it seems like all of these big internet companies are inter-linked which should surely be in violation of anti-monopoly laws... but apparently not?
One of the strangest takes possible. I'm more curious about "whatever the guy did/didn't do let people decide themselves if they still want to support him or not."
Does that imply that no matter what someone says or does you think they should be allowed to stream on twitch and get paid for it (both in ads and supporters)?
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