Twitch is taking stronger action against online casinos & casino streamers
Twitch is imposing tougher regulations for online casinos and casino streamers, which will come into effect as early as October 18th. should come into effect.
Twitch is taking stronger action against online casinos & casino streamers.
The streaming platform Twitch is now reacting to the massive criticism of casino and gambling streams and their promotion. Therefore, there should now be new regulations, but the details have not yet been explained in detail by Twitch. As Twitch announced via Twitter, the new regulations should come into force on October 18th.
“Gambling content on Twitch is a big topic of discussion in the community and one that we’ve been keeping an eye on since we last updated our policies in this area. Today we want to update you on our plans. While we prohibit sharing links or referral codes to all However, sites that offer slots, roulette, or craps have found that some people circumvent these rules, exposing our community to potential harm.
Therefore, on October 18th, we will be updating our policies to prohibit streaming from gambling sites featuring slots, roulette, or craps that do not have adequate consumer protections in the United States or other countries. These websites include Stake.com, Rollbit.com, Duelbits.com and Roobet.com. However, over time we may identify additional sites.
We will continue to allow sites focused on sports betting, fantasy sports and poker.”
The streaming platform would like to announce further details on the new regulations, as well as the updated community rules, before they come into force on October 18, 2022.
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