Afffiliates/Partners getting 50% of the Local Currency not USD
I believe that it is only fair and in line with Twitch's own TOS to do this. If someone Sub in their Local Currency, Affiliates/Partners should get the proportionate amount of that cost after currency conversion to USD and not the following:
An Aussie Subscriber to my channel pays $9/$10 AUD (If through the App) to a streamer. After currency conversion to USD, that roughly equates to $7-$8 USD. I have recieved ~$2 USD (Not even $2.50 USD) for the sub to my channel, what has happened to the other $5-6 USD there? Because my math definitely does equate $7-8 USD paid for a sub to an affiliate (whoose agreement states to getting 50% of sub revenue) getting ~$2 USD for that. It's around 25-30%.
This is an absoulte disgrace and abuse of the localised currency to just make a profit, because when did $7-8 USD paid = $5 USD per Sub. I think it's about time you start treating every affiliate/partner fairly and provide to us what is owed, which is 50% of any Subs no matter the currency it was paid in, as this is wrong under your ToS's that you have us agree to.
That is all.
Please reach out to our support team at help.twitch.tv for an explanation of how sub split works with local pricing accounted. Thanks.