The end of the pandemic and the platform’s decisions with streamers seem to be taking their toll.
Today they are millions worldwide who watch and create streams on Twitch, this being the largest platform when it comes to playing content related to the world of video games. In fact, it was possible to see how in the midst of the pandemic, with the lockdowns and home confinements, many people chose both to view content on the platform and when starting to create it.
This in itself brought very positive consequences for many creators, since some saw how their numbers increased along with others they opened a gap in the high leagues, with various examples in this regard. However, everything that goes up ends up coming down, and it seems that reports point to Twitch going down.
Twitch and other platforms would be lowering their numbers
According to what has been known through the recent StreamLabs report, all platforms have suffered a crashincluding here Twitch, Facebook Gaming and Youtube Gaming Live, mainly affecting the total hours of visits.
It must be said that, despite everything, the figures of the purple platform are still much higher than those of the other two. On the other hand, regarding the reasons for this drop, the report indicates that the easing of pandemic restrictions and the return to normal life is leading many people to no longer spend so much time at home.
Likewise, it is also attributed to the fact that some creators are moving over to Youtube Gamingsince it is being seen that some Twitch decisions in relation to subscriptions and their percentages are not pleasing to many streamers, since it causes them to earn much less money for the same work.
We will have to see how all this ends, since we are very far from seeing the decline of the purple platform, but it is true that your success will not last forever, since, as has happened with other areas, it is a matter of time before a new platform ends up staying with the market. To give an example of this, it was what happened to YouTube when Twitch arrived.
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