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Re: Mixer Streaming
« Reply #10 on: October 14, 2018, 12:31:55 PM »
Since I've been running a Forza Horizon 4 stream nonstop for a week or so now I noticed just how long it takes to reach high levels. I think my level was either 48 or 49 before I started doing the Forza stream and here I am at least a week later and I just hit level 69. That just shows how much time some people spend streaming when they are level 300+.
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Re: Mixer Streaming
« Reply #11 on: June 23, 2020, 12:28:08 AM »
RIP Mixer:

https://blog.mixer.com/2020/06/22/the-next-step-for-mixer/

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From the beginning, Mixer has been about creating the most engaging and interactive livestreaming experience. We set out to help streamers build great communities based on deep engagement with their audience. You all have been amazing throughout this journey – the Mixer community has focused on creating welcoming and inclusive communities, and you should be proud of what you have accomplished together.

Ultimately, the success of Partners and streamers on Mixer is dependent on our ability to scale the platform for them as quickly and broadly as possible. It became clear that the time needed to grow our own livestreaming community to scale was out of measure with the vision and experiences that Microsoft and Xbox want to deliver for gamers now, so we’ve decided to close the operations side of Mixer and help the community transition to a new platform. To better serve our community’s needs, we’re teaming up with Facebook to enable the Mixer community to transition to Facebook Gaming. This is a key part of a broader effort that Xbox and Facebook Gaming are embarking on, bringing new experiences and opportunities to the entire world of gaming.

The Facebook Gaming team and Creators will help expand the vision that Mixer has always held around community and building a platform that is inclusive and supportive of each other. For Mixer’s streamers, this opens up the opportunity to reach the vast audience of one of the world’s fastest growing streaming platforms. Every month, more than 700 million people play a game, watch a gaming video or interact in a gaming Group on Facebook. For Facebook Gaming’s Creators, this brings the ability to partner closely with the Xbox ecosystem, including future opportunities around Xbox Game Pass, Project xCloud and more.

Facebook Gaming is making it easy for everyone in the Mixer community to join, if they choose to do so:

Mixer Partners will be granted partner status with Facebook Gaming, and the platform will honor and match all existing Partner agreements as closely as possible. Mixer Partners will receive an update from Mixer today on how to kickoff the sign-up process. [Update: They can also visit FB.gg/Mixer on Desktop, connect their Mixer account, and follow the prompts.]

Streamers participating in Mixer’s open monetization program will be granted eligibility for the Facebook Gaming Level Up Program, where you can continue to grow and monetize your streams. Facebook Gaming will also fast-track onboarding for eligible streamers. [Update: They can also visit FB.gg/Mixer on Desktop, connect their Mixer account, and follow the prompts.]

Update: At FB.gg/Mixer, Mixer viewers can connect their Mixer account, and Facebook Gaming will show the Facebook Pages for all the available Mixer channels you follow so that you can easily follow them on Facebook. Facebook Gaming will also offer a few special welcome packs for viewers who visit from Mixer.com in the coming weeks.

We encourage all Mixer viewers to spend their remaining Embers and Sparks to help support your favorite Mixer Partners and streamers. Mixer Partners will receive double-payment for all of their earnings in the month of June – so your support of Embers, Sparks and channel subscriptions for Mixer Partners will go even further during the rest of this month.

Viewers with outstanding Ember balances, channel subscriptions or Mixer Pro subscriptions will receive Xbox Gift Card credit as a thank you for your engagement on the platform. Details on what you can expect can be found at this FAQ.

The Mixer service will continue to run through July 22, 2020. After that,?Mixer.com will redirect to fb.gg, Facebook’s desktop home for gaming video, Mixer broadcasting on Xbox One will be temporarily disabled and the Mixer apps will notify or redirect viewers to continue watching their favorite streamers at Facebook Gaming.

For more details on what this means for you, check out this FAQ.

Thank you, Mixer community, for your engagement and passion on this journey. We have accomplished so much together, and we want to thank you all – Partners, streamers, moderators and viewers. And we hope to see your continued positive, welcoming and inclusive ideals continue on at Facebook Gaming.

I better have the option to keep anything Facebook related off of my console because I despise Facebook with a passion. I don't need them tracking me on my damn Xbox the way they try to track me across the entire internet. I can't remove their stupid app from my phone because they paid off Samsung but I sure as hell disabled every bit of it through additional apps.
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Re: Mixer Streaming
« Reply #12 on: June 23, 2020, 06:59:05 AM »
Holy hell, I just read a comment that I wasn't even thinking about prior. With the way Xbox is integrated with Windows 10 these days that means we could have Facebook apps forced into our installs. That would be horrible for a person's privacy if it happens with as shady as FB is when it comes to selling us all out for any bidder now matter if they are offering a penny or a dime. I wonder if my pi-hole would take care of that nonsense because I sure as hell don't want Facebook logging every time I log in to my bank, buy a video game, browse Netflix, etc. because they might be built-in to Windows at some point.
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