For a long time, Twitch has had a serious problem with ads. There are many content creators who confirm that they barely have ads set up on their channels. However, many users who are not subscribed have complained that a large number of ads continue to appear. This occurs, above all, when Twitch users want to discover new streamers. And it is that whenever you enter a channel one of these ads appears, something that throws many back when it comes to seeing other people.
The high officials of the purple platform have become aware of this serious problem. And in an interview with Washington Post They have confirmed that they intend to alleviate it in the future. Mike Mintonresponsible for monetization of the platform, stated that these ads that jump when discovering new content creators they are very annoying.
Twitch will seek to remove ads when entering a stream
The ad problem is growing on Twitch. And Minton confirmed this during his interview with The Washington Post. «When you’re looking for a new content creator, it’s normal that you don’t want to see an ad as soon as you enter the stream. The idea is to remove these initial ads to help users discover other smaller streamers.thus avoiding penalizing them“, stated Minton himself.
We’ll see how Twitch works on this. To this day we find advertisements in the stream, a small window appears under the direct, preventing users from seeing the content creator in question. Will Twitch get rid of this serious problem? If this is so, many users could discover more creators and, with it, make new great communities on the purple platform.
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