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Internal data of the Twitch platform has leaked to the network, including the source code and information about the earnings of streamers

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Internal data of the Twitch platform has leaked to the network, including the source code and information about the earnings of streamers
On the pages of the 4chan forum, a link to a torrent file has appeared that allows you to download the internal data of the Twitch platform, including the source code and information about streamers' earnings. According to the author of the publications, by his actions, he contributes to the growth of competition in the field of streaming.

The 125 GB data archive contains the source code of the platform, its internal SDKs and tools, and information on user income from 2019. It also rumored to include Amazon Game Studios' Vapor platform files that could compete with Steam. The Vapor is likely to be compatible with Twitch functionality.

Internal data of the Twitch platform has leaked to the network, including the source code and information about the earnings of streamers


Apparently, streamers have an impressive income from their activities. For example, the streamer Asmongold received $ 2.5 million on the site over the past three years without tax deductions, and CriticalRole - over $ 9.5 million. Probably, the earnings are even underestimated, since the leaked data does not take into account sponsorship, donations and other income.



The files uploaded have up-to-date information, including the streamers' earnings for September. The author of the publication says that this is only the first part of the leak. What data will be in the next leaks, he did not specify.

Twitch, meanwhile, confirmed the leak and issued a statement on Twitter. Platform representatives say they are carefully studying the issue and will immediately notify the community if additional information becomes available. They also thanked users for their support.

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