Add an Anti Inting Policy to the Community Guidelines under the gaming specific section.
For those who don't know, inting is whenever someone intentionally gives kills, gold, and exp to the enemy and makes it so the enemy has a higher chance of winning, while the team where the inter is on has a lower chance. This is a huge problem in League of Legends specifically
After a clip of a pretty popular LoL streamer surfaced where he was inting and saying "Im going to make my team lose" (or something along those lines), the LoL community wants to have this guy and everyone who ints, popular or unknown, punished. I think a way of dettering streamers and people in communities from inting, is by putting an anti inting policy in place for twitch, so those who show themselves inting on stream will be punished.
I feel like twitch shouldn't allow popular streamers who somewhat represent their platform to get away with flaming and inting in game. It sets a bad example, and we should be able to report streamers who int in any game, whether it be Overwatch, LoL, Valorant, or any game where inting is a thing.