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US creators complain about Twitch changes

Weeks ago, Twitch confirmed subscription revenue sharing changes. Once again, the company has updated its policies, something that has not gone unnoticed in the eyes of content creators. During the last hours, several members of the American community have exposed their complaints on social networks, highlighting how unfair it is for the platform workers.

The changes will start in June 2023 and will mainly affect those content creators who perceive over $100,000 in earnings. Instead of a 70/30 split, Revenues will be divided 50/50 between streamers and Twitch. Of course, this did not sit well with content creators and we are seeing it reflected in different comments both on streaming platforms and on social networks.

The streamers Americans complain about Twitch subscriptions

As the above post shows, many creators in the US are complaining about this new deal on subscriptions. Here we have the example of Kai Cenatwho would lose $1,071,440 in 2023 from the changes. Some claim that the 70/30 split should be maintainedsince many creators will end up leaving the platform.

Of course, some members of the community they are surprised that these complaints come from the United Statesespecially considering the money received by creators from other places such as USA either Latin America. The money received by streamers for ads in both regions is tiny compared to what is earned in the United States.

This decision seems irrevocable. We will have to wait until June 2023, when these new policies will be launched within the purple platform. What is clear is that the way in which Twitch is handling things has not convinced users and some have already recognized that they are considering moving to other platforms.

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