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  1. Trigger: Triggers whenever a broadcaster hosts on a broadcaster's channel.

    Motivation: To my knowledge it is not possible to query hosts in real time. In our Twitch Alerts Extension it is currently not possible to show when a streamer is hosted by another streamer.

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  2. Currently EventSub allows subscriptions for Subscriptions, Gifted Subscriptions, Raids, Follows, and Cheers - All things that streamers like getting alerts for and calling out. However, it appears to be missing the ability to subscribe to being Hosted, another even that streamers thank their viewers for.

    I know that in theory, Hosts are handled by Notice messages, but as they are only sent to the broadcaster, chat bots are unable to act on the alerts. Obviously the data is available somewhere, since all the major bot services can trigger alerts, but for those of us that are trying to make our…

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  3. While creating a wrapper, I found the varying conditions for "user_id" to be frustrating and have resorted to creating a Map for subscription.type -> *_user_id condition. (broadcaster_user_id, from_user_id)

    I think it would be easier to always have the condition be "user_id" for a user, and then allow a second property for modifying the scope of the condition. So in the instance of "users.follow", it might look like:

    condition: {
        user_id: "1337"
        follow_source: "from"
    }
    

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