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Twitch uses data from IGDB, but there are some errors where this data isn't applied properly. IGDB uses the North American (NA) title by default, and has the European title as the alternative, even in situations where the European title is the original or matching the original better.
The schedule on twitch.tv uses the NA title regardless of locale selected. Both the small item of the schedule, as well as when you click on it to expand it. But the cover used is localised.
The video producer on dashboard.twitch.tv use the NA title regardless of locale, when you edit a…
I'm located in Ukraine and got registered in Twitch some time ago.
Since Twitch does not have Ukrainian localization yet I had to choose English one instead.
Luckily there is a petition to add Ukrainian locale here:
Nevertheless, when I logged in to my Twitch account today, I got an email notification in Russian, so I had to translate it to understand it well.
I don't know why it happened but I would like to receive notifications either based on my location (Ukraine - in Ukrainian) or based on my profile language (English and when Ukrainian will…102 votes
Could you please answer a few questions:
1. What was the language you chose when you created your account?
2. Have you changed your preferred language at all since then or recently?
3. Is this the first time you’ve received an email in your non-preferred language, or has it always been sending emails in Russian?
4. To be clear, if you click on your profile picture, and under “Language”, you have “English” chosen, but are receiving Russian emails?
5. What is the language you have selected on https://help.twitch.tv?
Ukraine has a ~40M population, of which, according to the last census, 67,5% consider Ukrainian their mother tongue.
Ukraine has a vibrant gaming community. Ukrainian eSports teams (go NaVi!) are some of the most successful and competitive in the world.
Valve added Ukrainian language option to Steam in 2013 and since then the number of Ukrainian Steam players (and Steam games that have a Ukrainian localization) has been steadily increasing. According to SteamSpy, as of June 2016 there were 3.7M Ukrainian players in Steam. (source: http://steamspy.com/country/UA )
Given the above mentioned arguments, we, the Ukrainian gaming community, ask of you…19,349 votes
So sorry that this was closed in the past. Not entirely sure why we closed this in 2019, but I am opening it back up for you guys to vote and comment on while we investigate adding this to the site.
Thank you so much for your continued feedback and patience with us on this request.
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