When it comes to broadcasting on Twitch you have to take into account some rules established by the popular video streaming service. In general, most of them broadcast video games and others try to show their more creative side by drawing or creating figures, for example, but what can not be done is to issue films, series or programs that are paid.
Anyone who fails to comply with any of the rules of Twitch runs the risk of being blocked and to close your account temporarily or forever depending on the severity. However, the Lester_Gaming streamer has shown that it is able to bypass these impediments in the most ingenious way possible without anything having happened after issuing a UFC payment event.
How has he pretended to play a ufc fight on stream to avoid getting copyrighted LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL pic.twitter.com/I4ykqwqrTA
— Aaron (@TheRealSMA) December 3, 2017
For that, he simulated that he was playing a video game of ‘UFC’ while he was playing the video in the background and he appeared in a corner with a control knob in his hand. To give him more “credibility” from time to time he made comments of the type that should have dodged that blow, but the best thing is that you see the tweet that accompanies the news to check the result.
The clip has become so viral that it has received tens of thousands of retweets and some specialized publications of the UFC have echoed and all of this curious event. What can not be seen is the broadcast because Lester decided to delete it just after “playing”.
Luckily for him Twitch has not yet sent him any notification that he has broken the rules, although during the live he had to deactivate the alerts because apparently he did not stop receiving notices from new followers to his channel.