Twitch streamer and YouTuber DarkViperAU has sparked debate about ‘reactive content’, especially on Twitch, but has also sparked backlash from a number of streamers including Mizkif and MoistCr1TiKal.
The reaction meta on Twitch is often controversial, as streamers are criticized for using other people’s content to fill gaps on their streams, while also generating advertising revenue, donations, and users. registration. Some people argue that the content is transformative or that the fans are still there to watch the streamer, not the content. Others argue that it’s really just stealing content.
DarkViperAU posted a 14 page document on ‘how the response system works’, argues that “The responders are all bad people. They explicitly exploit the less fortunate for their own gain”.
However, some comparisons made in the literature also caused backlash. In one, he writes, “If you come across a reactor at a party, I recommend you cover your glasses or tell them straight up that you don’t want them to bother you, because they seem to want to take your mind off the water. one’s silence for consent. ”
MoistCr1TiKal responds to DarkViperAU
MoistCr1TiKal, who regularly streams reactive content, mocked DarkViper’s post, also emphasizing that it was DarkViper who created the reactive content, as he discussed in the post.
Cr1TiKal said: “He makes valid arguments in the document, but it is overshadowed by the crude speech he continues. “The entire DarkViper document is about the belief that every reactor is doing it for financial gain and profiting from small channels. And the logic he uses to make these arguments is flawed and not supported by any factual evidence.”
Mizkif also dismissed DarkViper’s criticisms, pointing to his Twitch viewership analytics and citing it as a motivator.
“This is why he is angry. Because now he is no longer suitable, he has fallen. You are already at 4k [viewers], do something, and you’re in a predicament. That’s just it.”
Reply directly to Cr1TiKal, DarkViper said that most of what he said was “untrue,” but was due to “a sincere misunderstanding rather than a lie.”
In a 47-minute video response, DarkViper accused Cr1tiKal of trying to shape the story by misrepresenting what the documentary said and using his larger audience to just give his opinion. him in the debate.
DarkViper also tried to clarify comments about reactors spilling drinks at a party, explaining that it was just an analogy to the usual lack of agreement with reaction content.
React content is still a gray area in terms of copyright and fair use laws. It is generally assumed that the amount of comments or criticism on content determines whether something is fair to use.
https://www.dexerto.com/entertainment/moistcr1tikal-mizkif-hit-back-at-darkviperau-over-react-content-he-fell-off-1759286/ MoistCr1TiKal & Mizkif hit back at DarkViperAU over reaction content: “He’s fallen”