Amazon.com Inc’s live streaming subsidiary Twitch announces gambling ban

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Amazon.com Inc’s live streaming subsidiary Twitch announces gambling ban
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Amazon.com's live streaming subsidiary Twitch announces gambling ban effective from October 18th. Twitch allows people to live stream video games and everyday activities, but has also been a boon for online gambling. The majority of streams consist of streamers paying digital slot machines. The platform is predominantly used for video game streaming. There are over 26,000 live viewers tuning into 134 channels. Viewership numbers peaked this July at over 282,500. At the time of writing, there are more than 26 million live views of 134 Twitch channels, with the average viewership in the past seven days being 54,00.

Amazon.com's live streaming subsidiary Twitch has banned gambling. Sponsors have been accused of flying streamers to Canada and Mexico to circumvent US restrictions. Canadian rapper Drake is an ambassador for Stake. com and has bet an estimated one billion dollars on his Twitch site StakesDrake. All videos have now been removed from StaksDrake.

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