auto redistribution of huge streamer`s iddle afk viewers on streams end among micro streamers
We all use autohost, raiding and manual hosting sometimes. Its labor intensive & tireing though. One has to devote time to find a stream to drop viewers into. On top of inconvinience of that process... there is corruption going on in certain communities. People are retaining viewers by hosting their group of friends only, so these viewers are never exposed to anything new.
My idea is to automate the process of raiding, to disperse thousends of viewers watching huge streamer, by sending them to zero-viewer channels from same game cathegory.. or to the ones having simmilar cathegories history. By doing this, afk viewers have chance to explore, discover, get positively surprised plus get heard and network for the first time, because huge streamers dont read chat. When streamers like Lirik go offline, his audience is left off with silent device theyve been viewing the stream on. Why not, for the first time in streaming platforms history, providing smart solution for the discoverability problem. You cannot lump majority of streamers into featured streams section, and hope viewers will check that on their own. You cannot hope viewers will waste time painstakingly scrolling down the enormous list of streams in diffrent cathegories having heavy thumbnails to load, slow server response time loading small chunks of few thumbnails at a time, so the list loading process with up to 10 second loading delays beween these chunks takes in fact forever.. eventually making viewers give up on search. Almost nobody scrolls down the full list of streams currently avilable in a game cathegory, instead people hold dear to their small list of subbed streams and watch them only. Dont get me wrong, viewers would have a choice to opt out from the feature in their account settings, in case some of them would prefer dead silence instead of fluid entertainment delivery like that. Credit me, once you finnaly develop and impement this system ;)
P.S. The algorithm could be designet similarly to what youve done with AI emote based tagging of clips "Using chat emotes as signals for content themes" on Oct 5 2017 - By Ariel Sagalovsky... to establish what was the longest active or most exciting game cathegory of finnishing streamer that day, to better determin where to send people next.