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TwitchTV how far are we?

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by tempguy123, Feb 21, 2014.

  1. tempguy123

    tempguy123 Regular Member

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    THIS ISNT A SALES PITCH ITS A PROOF OF CONCEPT
    Searched deep in BHW and only found a guy selling Twitch accounts with oauth lol.

    How far are we with TwitchTV? The livestreaming is getting increasingly popular, we should all hop on the money making non secure ways.

    The most I can do is provide FOLLOWERS link is here for proof:
    http://fiverr.com/tempguy123/provide-1000-twitchtv-followers PROOF OF CONCEPT


    Even then, its not a HUGE amount in comparison to what others are doing for YouTube subs. No one is offering any Twitch services (and i've got little to none requests) and I feel like its just skipping on by. Is there a secret underground of people who're dedicated to twitch?

    There aren't really any twitchtv bots or circlejerk services either.

    Are there any tips you guys know?

    From my research, Twitch does this thing where it will check views once (the views drop to 0 for about 10 seconds) then from then on, its perfectly fine. Even then, their checks aren't very effective.

    I'm aware of banrates around faking, but it can be hard to provide. Verified emailed accounts is important, IP is actually important. Thats as far as I know
     
  2. Bonafide Jones

    Bonafide Jones Registered Member

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    I am interested in promoting a twitch channel. I will probably be giving that service a try.
     
  3. FJX

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    ^ this is your Twitch guy over here. Around August 2013, I've coded a Twitch bot for a request from "Hire a freelancer" section here in BHW. I've coded all the bots you can wish for on that site, (desktop based and mobile based) and Twitch is now feeling that they are on the eyes of many blackhatters. That's what I've observe. Probably it's because of the f4ggots that sold their bots for $10. Up to this date, all of my modules for that site is still alive while those public ones are dead. But yea, Twitch is definitely catching up.
     
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    llemoT Newbie

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    Is there a possible way to get one of your GODLY modules to meh? Hard for some hardcore gamers recently because of a lot of people botting lately :(
     
  5. TwitchTime

    TwitchTime Newbie

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    The programming required to make a working bot is pretty simple but there's some decent legwork involved.


    The problem with selling or releasing twitch bots is that

    A: It has everyone then as your competition
    B: It gets your exploits fixed by twitch
    C: It's not generally worth the selling price (hard to sell a program for 10 dollars if it took you say 5 hours to write. Not worth your time)


    I'm working on my own bot right now and it's going pretty well but there's a lot of hurdles to make these things less obvious (proper account creation, follow, chat, etc or else it's super obvious you are view botting)

    So far my first tests are pulling in 4,000 concurrent viewers but I hope to hit 10,000 later tonight with it.