Live-streaming is no longer for foreigners in China



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Live streaming is taking off in China, but foreigners won’t be able to join in the fun.

Foreigners are reporting having their accounts suspended on big streaming platforms, where popular users are raking in big bucks through virtual gifts and other microdonations.

Users on both Yizhibo, which is backed by Chinese social media giant Weibo, and Blued, China’s most popular gay social networking app, have received vague suspension notices, Sixth Tone reports.

Anton, a Ukrainian national living in China, said he was suddenly cut off during a broadcast session on Jan. 12. Read more…

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2017-02-19T22:31:12+00:00 Categories: News|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

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