With Ninja making the move over to Microsoft's Mixer streaming service, the Fortnite star has put the upstart service into the spotlight; and not all of it for the good.
What in Mixer's clothing rules has ruffled so many feathers?
How does Twitch do it differently, and why might Twitch streamers have a problem with Mixer's approach?
And can we really say one approach is better than the other?
You bet we can.
It's Boom and Bust...for Virtual Legality.
#Mixer #DressCode #VirtualLegality
Discussed in this episode:
"Mixer, Ninja's New Streaming Platform, Criticized for Seemingly Strict Clothing Guidelines"
IGN - August 5, 2019 - Joseph Knoop
"Mixer criticised for "breast-focused" streamer clothing guidelines"
GameIndustryBiz - August 5, 2019 - James Batchelor
"Streamer Clothing Requirements"
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