Twitch: DisguisedToast shows trick how hardly any advertising is played in the stream

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from Sebastian Glanzer
In addition to part of the donations to streamers, Twitch mainly makes money from advertising with its live streaming platform. Slowly but surely, the amount of commercials is getting out of hand. Streamer DisguisedToast found a trick to spare their viewers the bulk of commercials during the live stream.

For about two months, the live streaming platform Twitch has the Rules for the amount of ads played tightened again during a live stream. Pre-rolls, i.e. advertisements before the stream is shown, can now last from 15 seconds to a few minutes. In the worst case, the viewer has to watch up to seven commercials before he can watch the actual live stream.

Since the change in early May, these ads can no longer be bypassed by streamers. While viewers may still be able to escape the pre-rolls, three commercials are automatically played every hour in every stream from a Twitch partner.

However, streamers can play three commercials themselves, for example to avoid that ads are played for viewers during an important moment. Some streamers take advantage of this, for example to play ads in video games during a queue or after a game so that the viewer doesn’t miss anything important. Twitch Streamer DisguisedToast however, has found a completely different way of freeing its viewers from unwanted ads.