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Corporations who run games, can dictate what is and is not acceptable in their games. It's their property to do what they would like with.NorseGod said:You don't have it wrong. However, people against this believe that this won't end there.RexKushman said:I don't see the issue here. Unless i'm mistaken this is blizzard basically extending their in game COC to their official twitch Esports page. Please correct me if i have this fundamentally wrong.
I'm sure there are some people who are going to be mad that they can no longer shit post and spam twitch chat but screw them, they aren't worth keeping in a community anyway. That said, I don't play any Blizz games and think twitch is highly overrated, I have no interest in watching a bunch of paid shills act like dancing monkeys for the coins thrown at them by their mindless audiences. YMMV
The genre is dying according to financials.
People are being divided for stupid reasons that has nothing to do with gaming.
We're allowing corporations the power to dictate was is and is not socially acceptable.
I mean, Tenacious D is still pretty big. 1.5 million unique listeners in the past month on Spotify, plus they just released an album in 2018.Kyleran said:Well, if you can't get a decent gig playing Vegas after the career dies there are worse alternatives such as playing local dinner theatres.