On the same day that the company modified how it compensates its best employees, Twitch's SVP of global creators announced her resignation. Constance Knight remarked as viewed by Bloomberg in a letter to staff

She's embarking on a "new path that offers fantastic development opportunities." Knight was a YouTube and Instagram employee.

Knight departed because Twitch, owned by Amazon.com Inc., reduced the membership fees paid to its top broadcasters.

Tyler "Ninja" Blevins and other online celebrities may earn millions of dollars.

owing to an arrangement that pays them 70% of subscription money, playing games and communicating with followers.

Dan Clancy, the president of Twitch, said that top broadcasters will get 70% of earnings up to $100,000 before receiving a 50/50 split.

Clancy: "We need money to operate this service." " That's intentional, not a mistake.

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