Twitch Introduces Recap and Responds to PogChamp Concerns
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Twitch recently sent out 2020 Recap emails out to viewers and streamers breaking down individual statistics to look back on the year. Join Pete and Ben as they also discuss what these statistics mean, the changing popularity of games, Twitch's response to PogChamp, the importance of taking breaks and more.

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Twitch Sends Recap Emails
Twitch's Response to PogChamp
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Baha'i Blogcast with Rainn Wilson
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