Valkyrae blasts her old platform for a shady revenue fall. Twitch is throwing a party

Valkyrae blasts her old platform for a shady revenue fall. Twitch is throwing a party ...

Many streamers have been voicing their displeasures with Twitch, including Valkyrae, who moved to YouTube back in 2020. Taking to social media, the YouTube star claims they are killing the site's viewer base with an influx of advertisements.

Strange to be in a YouTube event where executives are directly talking to them while Twitch is chasing profit. Valkyrae wrote that expanding your viewer base will harm your business's backbone.

The streamer continued, saying that he'd like to see both YouTube and Twitch have great streaming success, but for the time being Twitch is a flop.

Strange to be in a YouTube event where you're directly speaking to executives while Twitch is lusting for money. Killing your viewerbase with more ads, hurting your business's backbone, the creatorsWe want to see success from both platforms since competition is good, but Twitch is throwing a punch

The new Twitch revenue split will force streamers to pay more ads to their viewers in order to make up for the revenue lost as a result of the increased distribution percentage. As youd expect, many artists have refused to accept the change, with some threatening to leave the service for good.

Asmongold, a popular Twitch streamer, said the changes would have come at a worse time for Twitch as YouTube improves year on year.

Valkyrae was one of the first major streamers to contract with YouTube in 2020. Since then, she has worked with the company to improve its streaming services, and in response to her recent post, she has revealed that significant changes will benefit the platform.

It's sad how long these changes will take, but they've kept us updated on what's coming in the future directly, and it seems promising, according to Valkyrae about YouTube's next Livestream changes.

It remains to be seen what will happen as Twitch approaches its implementation date of June 2023.