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Re: Twitch Drops: Information & FAQ

Post#31 » Sat Aug 01, 2020 10:22 am

We have invited some streamers and others have willingly applied to gain access to Twitch Drops. Below you can find the link that shows you which channels are currently approved to receive Twitch Drops. But first, I'd like to clarify that not all the channels will receive access to Twitch Drops. We choose from the community's favorite channels, we choose from the channels who have applied to join the program and, we also choose from channels who are dedicated to the community/game.
Section 2: Streamers
If you are a streamer and you didn't see your name on the list, fear not. We haven't excluded you. We just picked a small number of streamers in order to test the Twitch Drops and receive feedback from these approved streamers.
If you would like to join the Affiliate Streamer program, supporting Return of Reckoning project and being supported back, please let us know. There are no restrictions to who can apply, however not every streamer will be accepted for reasons we will surely discuss with you, on your application post.
The Affiliate Streamer program also has an option for streamers to receive exclusive content to be shared on their respective channels or to host future events on the server.
No drama. If people want to participate, they need to apply. If long time streamers don't apply, then we assume they don't want to participate. There's a forum section here with additional details.
Many dedicated streamers who promoted RoR for years are not listed - Wrathplayer, Kekkers, Gravord, Mr Thesis, Tosh and many more. Yet some unknown people who streamed this game whole 4 times in their entire life with barely 40 followers are on the list. It doesnt look fair in the slightest. Dev opinion on personal streamers should not affect where players can gain drops. They are part of the community and promote game, the server benefits from such people. You shouldnt diminish their contribution based on personal bias towards specific person or that person's opinions. And they should be invited without applying according to your own statement.
Some of them are also banned on forum which denies them an option to apply.

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Re: Twitch Drops: Information & FAQ

Post#32 » Sat Aug 01, 2020 11:22 am

Hermik wrote:
Sat Aug 01, 2020 10:22 am
We have invited some streamers and others have willingly applied to gain access to Twitch Drops. Below you can find the link that shows you which channels are currently approved to receive Twitch Drops. But first, I'd like to clarify that not all the channels will receive access to Twitch Drops. We choose from the community's favorite channels, we choose from the channels who have applied to join the program and, we also choose from channels who are dedicated to the community/game.
Section 2: Streamers
If you are a streamer and you didn't see your name on the list, fear not. We haven't excluded you. We just picked a small number of streamers in order to test the Twitch Drops and receive feedback from these approved streamers.
If you would like to join the Affiliate Streamer program, supporting Return of Reckoning project and being supported back, please let us know. There are no restrictions to who can apply, however not every streamer will be accepted for reasons we will surely discuss with you, on your application post.
The Affiliate Streamer program also has an option for streamers to receive exclusive content to be shared on their respective channels or to host future events on the server.
No drama. If people want to participate, they need to apply. If long time streamers don't apply, then we assume they don't want to participate. There's a forum section here with additional details.
Many dedicated streamers who promoted RoR for years are not listed - Wrathplayer, Kekkers, Gravord, Mr Thesis, Tosh and many more. Yet some unknown people who streamed this game whole 4 times in their entire life with barely 40 followers are on the list. It doesnt look fair in the slightest. Dev opinion on personal streamers should not affect where players can gain drops. They are part of the community and promote game, the server benefits from such people. You shouldnt diminish their contribution based on personal bias towards specific person or that person's opinions. And they should be invited without applying according to your own statement.
Some of them are also banned on forum which denies them an option to apply.
Please stop pushing your agenda. Some of these people were asked and anyone is welcome to apply. Some you mentioned in this list were supposed to be on this list but wern't going to be streaming the game this weekend. Others haven't filled in the form, all the streamers who are on the list at the moment filled in a form.
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Re: Twitch Drops: Information & FAQ

Post#33 » Sat Aug 01, 2020 1:37 pm

MaxHayman wrote:
Sat Aug 01, 2020 11:22 am
just quoting you to tag you sorry
Max is it working as intended that someone 26h of twitch streams won't have the long quest chain drop yet? They have the pet and mount and most other things but no quest drop.

Likewise I'm on 26h and have everything except for the pet. 26h of streams seems like a lot...
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Re: Twitch Drops: Information & FAQ

Post#34 » Sat Aug 01, 2020 3:08 pm

Do we have to unlink and relink another streamer when one goes offline?
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Re: Twitch Drops: Information & FAQ

Post#35 » Sat Aug 01, 2020 3:49 pm

Olszewski wrote:
Sat Aug 01, 2020 3:08 pm
Do we have to unlink and relink another streamer when one goes offline?
You link your account to twitch in general. No need to ever unlink it.
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Re: Twitch Drops: Information & FAQ

Post#36 » Sat Aug 01, 2020 5:45 pm

Just to two questions:
1. Does following or subscribing increase our chances for random drops?
2. Does watching a streamer with lower viewers increase the chances for random drops?

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Re: Twitch Drops: Information & FAQ

Post#37 » Sat Aug 01, 2020 5:57 pm

Cabum wrote:
Sat Aug 01, 2020 5:45 pm
Just to two questions:
1. Does following or subscribing increase our chances for random drops?
2. Does watching a streamer with lower viewers increase the chances for random drops?
Awesome questions.

1. Following or subscribing has no effect on your chances of getting random drops.
2. All Twitch streams have an equal chance of giving these random drops. It's basically an internal system with a percentage that is not related to the number of viewers.
Olszewski wrote:
Sat Aug 01, 2020 3:08 pm
Do we have to unlink and relink another streamer when one goes offline?
Your Twitch account and your Return of Reckoning account need to be linked only once. The link remains until you manually remove it. Even if Twitch Drops will not be every single weekend, the linking procedure will be saved.
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Re: Twitch Drops: Information & FAQ

Post#38 » Sat Aug 01, 2020 7:54 pm

This will be the last reply I share with you regarding this matter as you're just willingly causing drama over a topic of which you have missing information on. Streamers you mentioned either have not applied, couldn't stream this weekend or simply did not show any interest in this topic. That being said, they know stuff you don't know and discussions you weren't part of. Here are detailed replies for everything you said, in order to put an end to your confusion and move on:

Hermik wrote:
Sat Aug 01, 2020 10:22 am
Many dedicated streamers who promoted RoR for years are not listed - Wrathplayer, Kekkers, Gravord, Mr Thesis, Tosh and many more.
Hermik wrote:
Sat Aug 01, 2020 10:22 am
Some of them are also banned on forum which denies them an option to apply.
On Saturday 25 July, the Twitch Drops teasers have launched, streamers and articles shared the upcoming new feature and the methods to apply.
After exactly 7 days from that announcement, the streamers you're stepping up for have not applied.

The application method is done on the forums (Media section) and is visible to anyone. Being banned from the forums and complaining about the inability to apply to join the program is like being imprisoned for murder and complaining that you couldn't apply to join your dream job.

By the way, Kekkers was on the list and he informed us that he won't be able to stream this weekend due to other duties he has to cover.

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Hermik wrote:
Sat Aug 01, 2020 10:22 am
Yet some unknown people who streamed this game whole 4 times in their entire life with barely 40 followers are on the list. It doesnt look fair in the slightest.
As mentioned before, anyone could apply. These streamers have shown support to this program and deserve to be part of it. Some of these streamers you prejudged have had ~200 viewers, I believe these viewers are the ones who will decide whether they stay or not. Neither you nor me.

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Hermik wrote:
Sat Aug 01, 2020 10:22 am
Dev opinion on personal streamers should not affect where players can gain drops. They are part of the community and promote game, the server benefits from such people. You shouldnt diminish their contribution based on personal bias towards specific person or that person's opinions.
Let's leave the hardworking devs out of this shall we? I am the sole person tasked to create the list of streamers and I have no idea of what bias you mentioned regarding devs and streamers, but I have none. I'm the freshest person in the team and my task was clear and I picked the streamers based on shown interest and applications.

Some of the streamers you mentioned were approached but showed no interest in being part of any program. These approaches started over a month ago.

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To sum up, I have nothing against discussing this. But you do not have the right information and there's no point in causing drama. Streamers aren't shy, they know how to send messages, they have our Discords and other contact information.

Please enjoy the event and relax, we're doing our part... Let them do theirs.
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Re: Twitch Drops: Information & FAQ

Post#39 » Sat Aug 01, 2020 8:18 pm

GamesBond wrote:
Sat Aug 01, 2020 5:57 pm
Cabum wrote:
Sat Aug 01, 2020 5:45 pm
Just to two questions:
1. Does following or subscribing increase our chances for random drops?
2. Does watching a streamer with lower viewers increase the chances for random drops?
Awesome questions.

1. Following or subscribing has no effect on your chances of getting random drops.
2. All Twitch streams have an equal chance of giving these random drops. It's basically an internal system with a percentage that is not related to the number of viewers.
Olszewski wrote:
Sat Aug 01, 2020 3:08 pm
Do we have to unlink and relink another streamer when one goes offline?
Your Twitch account and your Return of Reckoning account need to be linked only once. The link remains until you manually remove it. Even if Twitch Drops will not be every single weekend, the linking procedure will be saved.
Are the drops throttled as you get more? It seems they come quite regularly up to about 9 or so then drop of drasmatically. Approaching 33 hours of stream time now and still no pet :(. I'm seeing lots of messages in twitch as well about similar things as well, people who have watched for a long amount of time but not had drops for hours and hours when the first ones regularly came once an hour or so.

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Hermik wrote:stuff and things
Is this a Gravord/Zunig sock puppet account? The talking points and way of expressing them are almost identical to what he was saying in ther people's streams.
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Re: Twitch Drops: Information & FAQ

Post#40 » Sat Aug 01, 2020 8:21 pm

Omegus wrote:
Sat Aug 01, 2020 8:18 pm
Are the drops throttled as you get more? It seems they come quite regularly up to about 9 or so then drop of drasmatically. Approaching 33 hours of stream time now and still no pet :(. I'm seeing lots of messages in twitch as well about similar things as well, people who have watched for a long amount of time but not had drops for hours and hours when the first ones regularly came once an hour or so.
Since many have rushed to get the rewards, you hit the RNG wall and hope to get lucky.
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