TwitchCon is a convention for the livestreaming video platform Twitch. The convention is organized by Twitch Interactive and focuses on the general culture of livestreaming and video gaming. TwitchCon also serves as an opportunity for streamers and content creators to improve their stream quality and grow their brand.
Popular IRL streamer JakenBake shared his experience meeting Twitch President Dan Clancy during TwitchCon 2022. Taking a direct jibe at Dan for his cold behavior towards streamers and creators.
“I have no problem personally with him,” Jakenbake said.
“But honestly, I don’t feel confident as a streamer on the platform with someone who is that out of touch with what the streamers need and want. Very weird. I walked away feeling depressed, seriously, sad.”
JakenBake is one of the most formidable names in the realm of content creation, boasting over 628k followers on Twitch alone. He is majorly known for his adventurous IRL streams and has brushed with danger on various occasions and even managed to capture the thrill on live broadcasts in front of thousands of viewers.
From terrifying gun pranks to spine chilling adventures, Jake has kept his audience entertained with his streams all around the globe.
After fellow streamer Lowco posted the clip to Twitter, reaction quickly flowed in, but perhaps the most notable comments came from a former Twitch staffer who worked with Clancy. Dj WHEAT posted two replies to video adding to Jake’s sentiment Clancy is a “good human,” but as far as being in tune with creators is concerned, Clancy is lacking.
“Dan once told the company he relates with creators because he was involved in drama and theatre clubs in high school,” WHEAT said.
The ex-Twitch staffer added: “He is a good human, but I never felt like he was able to relate to creators and the struggles they face through every step of their career.”
There was one area in which WHEAT strongly supported Clancy though; according to WHEAT Clancy is a “champion for transparency,” something he found “refreshing.”
That transparency was no clearer than when Clancy himself wrote the blog post by Twitch announcing that the platform is cutting special 70-30 subscription revenue share splits that it gives to some creators. Not only did he put his name on the note, but he did so nearly a year before the change was set to go into effect.
The planned revenue share changes are set to begin in June 2022.
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