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    Ben_eXceL commented  · 

    It seems like Twitch is now appending the game's release year in cases where there are name collision, similar to how they fixed the God of War category. For example, https://www.twitch.tv/directory/category/levelhead-2019 and https://www.twitch.tv/directory/category/levelhead now redirect to the same category (the game that actually has a Twitch presence). However, I notice all versions of the Sonic the Hedgehog category redirect to the 1991 game (compare https://www.twitch.tv/directory/category/sonic-the-hedgehog-1991 with https://www.twitch.tv/directory/category/sonic-the-hedgehog-2021), so the issue isn't completely fixed, but at least it seems they're working on a solution.

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    Ben_eXceL commented  · 

    It seems the Levelhead community's efforts to restore its original category has just resulted in the capitalizations being changed to "levelHead" (for the 2008 game, the one that nobody has played here afaik) and "LevelHead" (for the 2019 game). While these changes might be viewed as acceptable, this hasn't changed our situation since Twitch's URL identifiers aren't even case-sensitive.

    We'd still like our original category back, thank you very much, as well as a solution for other communities impacted by this.

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