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  1. 18 votes

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  2. 74 votes

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  3. 185 votes

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    DinomiteTwins commented  · 

    First, I'd like to say Twitchcon was great. We had wonderful opportunities, got stoked about new ideas in streaming, and there were fun venues.

    However, the venues are not why we go to Twitchcon and those opportunities, meetups, etc. happen regardless of venue. Here were the issues we saw

    Lack of Organic meetups - Vegas really put a damper on how easily we could meet fellow creators. We were in an approved hotel and I met more vacationers, metal workers, and brides than Twitch streamers in my hotel. A smaller walkable city promotes organic interaction as we are not all taking cabs

    Accessibility - this was slim to nil. Even the partner party had severe issues for those with stability or visual impairments. I also saw that panels did not even have sufficient access as well.

    Cost - while venues were cheaper for the hosting companies, cabs and food were incredibly expensive. We come from NYC and it's ridiculous when I'm saying the food in vegas was 1.5-3x the cost of food in NYC. Plus every single cab was $30-$50 with no other option. Every single mixer was a huge gamble and even the Twitchcon official meetup was smaller than previous years because of that. I spent more on cabs in one weekend than I have spent for cabs my entire quarter in NYC and I didn't spend a single dime on transportation in san diego apart from going to the airport.

    Spread out parties and mixers - This was bad from a vendor point of view as well as creator. We couldn't move from party to party. Every party was a financial and time gamble. I spent almost as much time transporting myself places as I did in the parties. We should have more time meeting people, making connections, and being at the places that vendors have created. Plus because of that and the cost of the venues itself? There were a TON of vendors who didn't even have mixers or events or had to pull out or have creators pay entrance fees.

    More adult city and needing to be 21 for everything - where were the kids? where were the younger creators? They weren't there. Twitchcon needs to inspire kids to become content creators or to deepen their ties in the communities they are a part of. This is a huge chance to increase the pipeline for Twitch's future generation. We do not want to become the new facebook and part of changing that is by having the younger generations get invested. San Diego had way more creators under 21 and I saw a lot of parents with kids. In Vegas? I saw legit only 1 teenager and truly? might have actually been a younger-looking adult. xD

    While Vegas is a fun city, we should be prioritizing keeping Twitchcon creators in the same location to increase the ways they can interact with one another. It felt like the priority was just being in a fun place instead of facilitating vendor, creator, and community meetups and deepening those ties.

    Overall, absolutely loved this Twitchcon and have some great takeaways but truly believe that being in Vegas is not the right fit.

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  4. 65 votes

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    Planned  ·  DJFLuFFKiNS responded

    We are working on some more robust multi-month tech and robust upgrade/downgrade tech. So when we get both done we’ll definitely incorporate this functionality.

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  5. 8 votes

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  6. 201 votes

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    DinomiteTwins commented  · 

    I realize this was planned since 2018, so I am curious if this is happening. If it is, how will the affect Partner Plus? It could turn paid subs into gift subs and make it harder to achieve 350 as I think this is directed specifically at regulars who are the most likely to do a paid subscription.
    Have to admit a few larger gifters would love this in my community but as a streamer, it concerns me a bit if we're aiming for partner plus.

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    DinomiteTwins commented  · 

    I'd love to have a way to be able to show how many concurrent subs (not gifted, not prime) we have until we hit 350. Yes, we're a long way off but just mentioning it more has helped us gain more slowly but surely. If it were on the screen and a clear goal, communities might rally around it quite a bit more.

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    108 comments  ·  Bits » Cheering  ·  Admin →
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    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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