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1,023 votes102 comments · Bits » Cheering · Admin →AdminTwitch (Admin, Twitch) responded
Hey all! Thanks for this thread. We recently deprecated anonymous Cheering after we discovered it was being abused. While we understand some viewers prefer not being recognized for Cheering, we made this change to ensure a safer experience for those who were negatively impacted.
We’ve also heard your concerns on what this means for the future of Bits. This deprecation is not related to any plans to limit Cheering with Bits on Twitch, and is solely focused on providing a safer experience for our community.
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An error occurred while saving the commentvrgamer4life commented
If Twitch wants to encourage small developers, this is how you do it for VR. VR is still a growing ecosystem, and many games may not warrant their own category due to simplicity or lack of depth. (I have no idea how a game gets listed). But effectively hiding their visibility is just wrong. Tags are not the same for discovery. And aren't respected as well when content changes.
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By forcing users to be public with bit donations, you put them at risk for harassment and begging from other users. Its quite the opposite impact then what you claim it is.