According to a recent report from Bloomberg, YouTube is paying good amount of money to its creators who are promoting the platform’s new twitch-like monetization features such as Super Chat and stuff.
Features like Super Chat were introduced by the platform after recognizing that some of the creators who do live-streams weren’t getting many options for monetizing their content when compared to live-streaming giants like Twitch.
Before 2017, Fan Funding was a feature which was well-known among the creators and subscribers, but wasn’t much accessible at that time. A year later the feature was replaced with Super Chat allowing the users to send donations to the streamer during their stream.
Youtube is going hard on this promotion thing to keep their game alive in the market against Twitch and other live-streaming giants. The amount of money given to the creators is not yet known, but most probably will be made public in the coming days. Meanwhile, stay tuned to GadgetzMedia.com for some amazing phone launches happening this week.
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