Apart from being able to select streams by view count, high to low and vice versa, why not make a different category for smaller streamers in games to separate from bigger streamers, allowing the smaller streamers to watch among themselves and build up their audience without having to compete for spotlight from bigger viewer capture-ers.
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This is because there are a lot of streamers that has not a defined content and they just stay in the Just Chatting category assorbing your possibile viewers.
Let's suppose there are 100 people on twitch and you are in the Music Category.
6 person are on your category and the other 94 are on Just Chatting (real ratio, not kidding.)
If you stream yourself live making music you wont be discovered and if you do, be happy for your 2 viewers.
Just chatting is over saturated. It should be limited if you want to keep your Affiliate/Partner status to 2 Hours per week.
If you don't have content just don't stream. Nobody forces you.
Anyway, if you like my idea vote it. I think it will help us (small streamers).
This is a good idea.
You earned a free follow from this idea! :P
I may suggest you to do a new “Stream beginners” catagory, it may look like “live channels you may like” thing, but with small channels that under 20-30 viewers and streams that would be shown for people might be based on games they like, language(?).
Why is it good? That’s a good question.
This new thing is going to be awesome for those streamer’s and for you as well! Cause they might be a next companions or twitch partners. And it’s would be the best thing how you can support them.
And for a safety stuff would work on a list of streamers that should be shown on this category.
As i told this idea(maybe in isn’t new, i don’t really know), i can help with Russian/Ukrainian community.
Best wishes to everyone.
Hug’s, love you.
Jisumee at your service!
Maybe, when viewing all streamers under a community or game, have a setting that orders them by fewest or most viewers on top?
It would be great to be able to search for streamers based on how many viewers they have at the moment. That way, if you want to be in a smaller stream that's more interactive, you can do that. Or if you want to be in a big stream with plenty of people to chat with, you could do that, too.