Affiliate and Partner Viewer count vs Hours streamed Ratio
Twitch takes a ratio of hours streamed to create your average viewers or chatters..this algarithum is unfair & broken! Its no where close to fair, or accurate! So what im saying is if i only streamed 8 hrs as required i would be well above the limit needed to be affiliate..but because i stream many hours everyday my average is only 0.34 average when ive had raids , over 20 viewers at once for extended periods etc.. but my average because of time streamed is 0.34 viewers.You guys have to fix this. Especially when you have a required time duration that requires us to stream for a said period of time to qualify.But we cant over stream per say? I shouldnt have to cut my streams short just to bring the average up..it really makes no since and needs to be addressed changed please! I have and many streamers also have worked hard to stride this average viewer count hurdle and the we see, (cause we streamed for more time then the required)=(Commitment),then we see our average gets shot all to heck and keeps us out of the affiliate or partner program. Is this a scam by twitch? It kinda feels like it. Im just saying..this needs to be addressed ASAP for everyone. Please change this! Thanks for your time and support.