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  1. 2,319 votes

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    Twitch responded

    Hey guys! We really appreciate the feedback that has been brought forth in this thread and just wanted to update you a little bit on what is going on.

    This change was originally made to guard against raid bot attacks. While smaller raids are currently viewable in activity feed in the dashboard, we are working on a solution that treats raids equally while guarding against abuse tactics.

    https://twitter.com/TwitchSupport/status/1313975539682684929

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    SteTechGaming commented  · 

    I mod for a channel that regularly averages 400-500 viewers and I've noticed, at a certain point, that small raids below 5 no longer get shown. I think it might be when the view count reaches at least 350, and the streamer is always disappointed when a small raid arrives with no alert,which has led me to believe Twitch has implemented something where small raids stop being shown for larger streamers.

    What I don't understand is, there used to be a feature in the Creator Dashboard where you could determine the minimum raid to trigger an alert, yet you say these restrictions were out in place to combat bot attacks. Doesn't make sense to remove this feature.

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    SteTechGaming commented  · 

    Maxim_Land If you're seeing raids in chat but an alert isn't showing, that's a Streamlabs issue, not Twitch. You'll need to check the alert settings to see if you have this turned on. If it is, you should contact Streamlabs support team.

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    SteTechGaming commented  · 

    @Bernateles That was 3 days ago though, the 1 person raid I saw was today, so Twitch must have done something between 3 days ago and today.

    Just to be clear, I saw the chat notification and SLOBS alert that a streamer was raiding with a party of 1, not in my own stream, but a streamer I regularly watch.

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    SteTechGaming commented  · 

    Looks like the issue has been resolved. Just seen a party of 1 trigger a Streamlabs alert on a stream I'm watching

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    SteTechGaming commented  · 

    Fact is, there are facilities available so you choose either who can raid you or the minimum party size to trigger an alert. If partners are complaining about raids, they're clearly not using the facilities properly or are unaware of them at all, and I really hope this isn't the case

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    SteTechGaming commented  · 

    Twitch have quietly increased the minimum party size to 5 to trigger a raid alert. No idea why, and I'd love to know the benefit of this if they've done it deliberately