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  • The Daily Dot The Daily Dot

    Twitch is swarming with Pokémon Go cheaters, but isn't banning them—yet

    The Daily Dot - 07/20/16

    Twitch has banned some of the more obvious offenders, like a user called “superpokecheat” who blatantly advertised the service, but many others, including a number of Twitch partners, who can earn money streaming through advertising and subscribers, 

  • The Verge The Verge

    You can now tip Twitch streamers by buying animated chat emotes

    The Verge - 06/27/16

    Twitch is adding a very animated way to support your favorite streamers. Today the service is introducing the beta of a new feature called “cheering,” which lets you purchase animated chat emotes with real money, with broadcasters earning a share of 

  • New York Times New York Times

    Donald Trump's Convention: Day 2

    New York Times - 07/19/16

    Street vendors in Cleveland earn money by putting Mr. Trump's name on T-shirts, coolers, key chains, bobbleheads, sundresses and beer koozies. The official G.O.P. convention shops inside and outside the This kind of saber-rattling and phobic speech

  • Tubefilter Tubefilter

    Insights: What's Next For TV News After Roger Ailes, Cord-Cutting, And Live Streaming?

    Tubefilter - 07/21/16

    And live streaming is handling more prosaic news events too. Those political conventions, for instance, are being streamed in their entirety on several major online platforms besides Facebook, including Twitter's Periscope, Amazon-owned Twitch, and

  • Esports Betting Report Esports Betting Report

    CSGOShuffle Chat Logs Illuminate Inner Workings Of Skin Gambling Website

    Esports Betting Report - 07/20/16

    This type of streaming by Twitch users with large audiences appears to not only raise awareness of skin gambling sites, but also increases legitimacy and drives traffic. Varga and Duhau's “What about routing all the skins we earn to you? so that

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