Twitch Introduces New Way For Streamers To Make Money
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Twitch introduces a new way for streamers to make money, it will enable them to earn a reliable source of income by streaming for a specific amount of hours.

Twitch in a blog spot explained, the Ads Incentive Program will present personalized offers to selected streamers at launch. These streamers require a stream for certain hours while running ads in exchange for a flat payout. 

According to Twitch, “We know how important reliable monthly income is to creators. That’s why, today, we’re introducing predictability into a revenue source that rarely provides it: ads… The goal is simple: help you earn a more predictable monthly income through ads, with no ceiling on earning potential.”

The Ads Incentive Program was created by Twitch for two reasons, the first being to offer streamers reliable and predictable income and the other being able to manage ads. The platform mentioned, “No more guesswork when it comes to your monthly ad payouts. No more fiddling with ad timing. We want to free creators from additional management responsibilities so you can focus on doing what you love with the community you love.”

The latest program will be available for Twitch partners and affiliates who will see the Ads Manager dashboard on the website. The streamers will be able to set Ads Manager and rate details in the incentive once they accept the offer. The streamers can start collecting their income at the end of the month once the minimum number of hours required are completed. 

Though you need to keep in mind to follow the rules of the platform, failing to abide by them may lead to getting banned. Earlier Pokimane and Disguised Toast were banned from Twitch for a short period for breaking DMCA guidelines. The ban was imposed on Imane “Pokimane” Anys for streaming the Nickelodeon series Avatar: The Last Airbender, while Jeremy “Disguised Toast” Wang lost access to watching the anime series Death Note.  Though both streamers have been unbanned later. 

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