If you're a keen Beam streamer pushing for Partner status, there are changes afoot you should know about.
Being fairly new in the industry, Beam's requirements for reaching Partner status have always been more achievable than on Twitch. It's all down to scale, of course, and a smaller total audience means you have to capture less viewers than you would elsewhere.
However, those requirements are soon changing and will mean a big move of the goalposts for anyone pushing to reach that level with their channel. While Twitch recently introduced a scheme to help more monetize their streams, Beam's changes could be seen as going the opposite way, but it's not as black and white as that at all.
Here are the facts.
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