But, it seems the news isn’t done. Rumor has it, part of the reason DrDisrespect got banned was that he was found to be creating a new streaming service with Ninja, Shroud, and Spotify. That new service will be called Brime.
Noobs, the streaming world is always changing. And the streamers you already know and love are no exception to these changes.
On June 26th DrDisrespect got banned for seemingly unknown reasons. So far we’ve received nothing but a vague response from Twitch, and a short message from the Doc about his own confusion.
Enjoy this companion piece to https://streamnoob.com/im-trying-out-trovo/
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Noobs, I’m going to be the next noob on Trovo! Now, if you’re anything like me, you’ve probably never heard of Trovo. And if you have, it was only recently. But, I’ve done some research on their platform and I want to share my findings with you.
Hey noobs, today’s episode is about sex. But, this is Twitch, who have sex against their T.o.S. So… What gives?
Over the past week, we’ve heard a lot of news in the streaming world. First, we heard about Mixer shutting down. Then on Twitter, and I can only assume other platforms as well, many streamers and viewers have become vulnerable and opened up about their history of abuse and harassment on the Twitch Platform. Then to top it off, someone sues Twitch for being /forced/ to watch Pokimane’s and Alinity’s /sexualized/ content.
Chances are, if you’ve stumbled on this article, you’re either thinking about starting, or just beginning, a stream. This is an exciting time! And its an awesome opportunity for you to grow as an individual, an entrepreneur, and a content marketer. Prepare for it to be a rough and long journey.
Do not let me scare you, streaming is not hard at all! You’re going to want to signup for a Twitch.tv accounts, get a stream key, and plug it into a streaming software like OBS. Then all you have to do is press go live and do whatever you want to do! See?! Streaming is very easy!