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Seperate category than IRL for people who stream in front of a webcam

There are a lot of people that are interested in watching IRL streams of people going to cool places and traveling, but right now the IRL category is infested with streamers that just talk in front of a webcam at their desk.

This makes it hard for people who want to find outdoor/travel streams, but only see all the webcam streamers and may be put off by that content, making it hard for the other IRL streams to grow.

I believe a seperate category for those streamers would greatly benefit the community.

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      • A2000 commented  · 

        Totally agree, as it is right now IRL means anything and it's a pain to find good content.
        Cooking / Traveling / Tourism / Sitting at my desk / Workout
        Split categories are needed.

      • Tim The Nerd commented  · 

        I think Twitch should create a category for mobile streamers.

      • Shaad commented  · 

        Independent Reality Life. What Rules are there really? Twitch could make a category for Mobile Streamers Tho.

      • Koschmar commented  · 

        I think Talk Show kind of works there as well as Filters within IRL to specify would be nice. IRL is definitely a broad category.

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        Surely, talking infront of the webcam counts more as the Talk Shows game category than IRL, yes? Maybe it just needs to be enforced more.

      • Matts_Voice commented  · 

        If Twitch wants to follow through with this idea, maybe use Out of the House (OOTH) with the IRL label or as a new separate label for mobile streamers.

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