Apparently, the one factor that makes a gamer angrier than a girl in a revealing outfit being faraway from a sport is a girl in a revealing outfit streaming on Twitch. Yes, the hypothetical Thomas Gamer, Twitch Streamer has spent the previous couple of months complaining about ladies in bikinis getting extra views than his Call of Duty streams, and Twitch has lastly responded to this exhausting controversy by basically saying ‘no, you idiots, we’re not banning anybody for being hot’.

Well, okay, the precise factor Twitch says in its new blog is that “while we have guidelines about sexually suggestive content, being found to be sexy by others is not against our rules, and Twitch will not take enforcement action against women, or anyone on our service, for their perceived attractiveness.”

Now, Twitch has created a particular Pools, Hot Tubs, and Beaches category, so if you wish to watch a girl in a bikini converse with a mostly-horny Twitch chat, there’s now a place for that. (There are additionally already all method of unbearable memes, if that’s your velocity. The PC Gamer stream is superb, although. Kudos to the crew over there.)

There are, for the file, at present over a half-million viewers watching Grand Theft Auto V streams proper now. There are about 23ok watching the hot tub category.

The addition of this new category comes after mannequin and streamer Amouranth, the most well-liked hot tub streamer on Twitch, discovered earlier this week that advertising was suspended on her channel. She’d obtained no prior communication from Twitch previous to being demonetised.

“On Twitch, brands get to decide where and when their ads appear,” Twitch says. “Today, they can target or avoid specific categories of content and flag channels that don’t meet their standards. This means that Twitch, in rare cases, will suspend advertising on a channel at the advertisers’ request.”

Twitch acknowledges that “we should have alerted affected streamers to this change before it happened–it was a mistake not to do so. We’re working with individual creators to address their specific situations and restore ads where appropriate.”

For now, although, the hot tub category is meant partially to unravel the advertiser downside, as “brands can either opt-in or -out of this category based on whether it aligns with their target audiences, like they can today with any other category.”

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