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Victory
05-30-2017, 08:16 AM
https://www.twitch.tv/wovvictory1

Mohaa and yes we still play it lol

GreenBean-HH-
05-30-2017, 09:54 AM
Okay Victory,

I set up an account yesterday, so am very new. I believe I followed you.

Can you verify?

Is it possible for HackHunters to stream your game play?

Victory
05-30-2017, 03:29 PM
This is the link my from my clan forum i think you can change it to hh like i did it might work if its added

http://wovclan.enjin.com/ajax.php?s=twitch&cmd=display-channel-popup&twitch_name=wovvictory1

https://www.hackhunters.com/ajax.php?s=twitch&cmd=display-channel-popup&twitch_name=wovvictory1

Victory
05-31-2017, 07:04 PM
Okay Victory,

I set up an account yesterday, so am very new. I believe I followed you.

Can you verify?

Is it possible for HackHunters to stream your game play?

I have added you

GreenBean-HH-
05-31-2017, 07:36 PM
Okay cool.

It was fun watching yesterday MOHAA, those maps were fun to see again. And the huge games we had back then, it was the main game before COD2 started to siphon players away.

It's still a solid game though. I think I remember all the maps really well, unlike many new game maps.


Maybe it takes time to show up, but it says HackHunters has no followers :( BUT, it says we're friends :)


What's the difference between friends and followers?

Victory
06-01-2017, 09:52 AM
(What's the difference between friends and followers?)

The only difference is i have to accept you as a friend the rest are followers

GreenBean-HH-
06-01-2017, 10:19 AM
(What's the difference between friends and followers?)

The only difference is i have to accept you as a friend the rest are followers

I figured it might allow me to stream your videos on my channel, or something.

There's a few things I can say about twitch: it's hugely popular, people ARE making money, it is a robust website with nice ability to easily customize one's profile (wouldn't that be great here?) and I suspect most viewers are twitch channel users too, but who knows.


I'm impressed that people can have their face in a corner and stream the game at the same time. I'm also impressed that people would do this willingly, lol.

I also can't believe that people make actual donations between a $1 to $20 or more, for what? I guess this is what makes twitch ultimately popular is that you know people will stream in the hopes of making money while they're having fun, who wouldn't?



I did see a conversation of someone being kicked. They can back on the chat channel and asked why they were kicked. The streamers said 'we didn't feel your game style matched ours' which is a pretty lame reason imo. At least one could have an avenue to ask why they were kicked. Often the gamer has no idea. Ultimately it is a rude thing to do especially if there isn't a conversation in-game to say, 'hey we play this way, is that okay with you?' or 'sorry, this is a closed server for friends only'.

Victory
06-01-2017, 05:27 PM
I'm a freebie i don't charge i also don't have a camera that's why they and you do not see me and lastly i ban for cheating only