How to fix your Twitch account’s Twitch ad issues
The ad system is notoriously messy and the company’s Twitch account is one of the worst offenders.
That’s not just the case for Twitch, either.
YouTube has a lot of ads on its site as well, which makes it easy for the ad networks to abuse and abuse their customers.
Twitch has since patched up its ads by adding a mechanism to automatically flag any ad that has been flagged as inappropriate for an account.
The problem is that many of those ads are also quite nasty, and Twitch is constantly trying to figure out how to fix them.
As part of that, Twitch’s ad system has become a target for ad fraudsters, according to TechRadars findings.
As the site revealed, Twitch has been facing an uptick in ad fraud in the past few months.
Some ads, like those for games like Pokémon GO and The Sims, have been flagged by the ad network for being abusive.
Some of the ads for Twitch games are even marked as being “sad” by the company, and in many cases have been paid for by players.
The company has also seen a spike in bots using Twitch to spam the service, and it has since implemented a new system to prevent bots from using Twitch ads in the future.
Twitch’s Ad Fraud Policy is currently being updated to include bots, but it does not yet include a mechanism for flagging them as fraudulent.