Twitch said in a statement that Stake.com, Rollbit.com, Duelbits.com and Roobet.com, which are crypto gambling sites, are often Livestreamed on their platforms. It will no longer be available to stream from October 16th.
“Gambling content on Twitch is a huge topic of community discussion. and the latest policy update We will update this policy on October 18th to prohibit the streaming of gambling sites that feature slots, roulette, or dice games that are not allowed in the United States or any other country. that provides adequate consumer protection,” Twitch said.
The company also added that There is a policy in place to prohibit sharing of links or referrals related to slots, roulette or dice games. But these rules are being circumvented.
“We will continue to allow sites that focus on sports betting, fantasy sports, and poker… We will be sharing specific information about updates to our gambling policy very soon, including the full version. To make sure everyone is clear about our new rules. before taking action on October 18.”
Twitch, owned by Amazon Inc., is one of the investors in the P2E blockchain-based metaverse mafia gaming platform SYN City, according to DappRadar.
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