A new controversy that comes from the hand of Twitch, where JuanSGuarnizo requests collaboration in his new event with unpaid working conditions.
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He streaming world It has truly illustrious figures who help millions of people with their content dedicated to entertainment. One of the most legendary is ElRubius, who could lose his main YouTube channel permanently. However, there are also many others who are the protagonists of certain highly publicized controversies, among which a figure as identifying as El Xokas stands out. But now you don’t have to go to the Galician streamer for the new great brawl related to content creators, but to JuanSGuarnizo who has messed her up with her last event.
A controversy that was born from the creation of its next big event in Minecraft, “The God of Everything”, which will begin in September. So far so good, all correct, but the problem arises with the fine print when asking for collaborations to include roleplayers on this server, who may or may not be content creators. The inscription states that the chosen ones will have to commit to being active for six hours a day for the entire month of September, which is close to a working day. The controversy arises when it is indicated that it is a unpaid collaboration.
euphony moment, again
In case you don’t understand, they are looking for people to exploit without any kind of pay
“ALL SEPTEMBER FROM MONDAY TO MONDAY”
Stolen from lau the crazy https://t.co/3iyI6mr1zt pic.twitter.com/NXIZutK37l
— Soso la serie (@SOSAIPUS) June 5, 2023
“His execution will be every day from Monday to Monday, with approximately 6 hours a day of participation where we will need your total availability”, is indicated in the form. In addition, it is added that “participation is not paid. The reward of the selected members will be to record all the content behind the scenes to use as the content is published.” Something that, of course, has generated a flood of comments on social networks.
JuanSGuarnizo has not yet responded to the controversy
Although the matter is generating a lot of criticism on Twitter, JuanSGuarnizo has not yet ruled on the matter. The streamer has limited himself to sharing information about the Kings League, ignoring all the hype his upcoming Minecraft series is causing. In the official announcement of this search for roleplayers, Guarnizo assured that “We need commitment, creativity and if there is much better experience”something that without paying a penny to those involved sounds quite pretentious.
It only remains to wait to see how this matter progresses and if the organization of the event decides to back downsince there are many volunteers who have volunteered to participate, something that can set a dangerous precedent for future occasions.
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