An error occurred while saving the commentShanghaid commented
First of all: There is a very large percentage of Twitch streamers who simply do not benefit from the system in the way that it currently stands. Instead of motivating users to push monetisation, it actually tends to have the opposite effect and discourages a lot of people to stop trying. When paired with the changes to local subs, and the fact that the sub count required in order to force a payout to be quite high, this can be a tall order for a lot of content creators to achieve consistently. In addition, compared to your biggest competitors, the payout take is pretty harsh. YouTube, for example, give the creator 55% from Ad Revenue, 70% from the Membership Feature (which is basically subs) and 70% from the superchat feature.
The payout system as a whole can definitely be better. Much better.
Second of all: Ding, 3000!