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    Best answer: Mixer's clothing requirements restrict nudity and revealing clothing, with stricter guidelines based on the target age of the stream. The rules only apply to what is visible on camera, but streamers who plan to move around need to plan accordingly.

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    Keep your clothes on

    Microsoft's Mixer streaming platform doesn't so much have a dress code as a bunch of restrictions about how much skin you can reveal. The guidelines only apply to what is shown on camera, though if you shift or move around while streaming, you better be aware of what might become visible.

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    04-15-2020 03:11 PM

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