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Poker streamers to send a collective appeal to Youtube

Youtube 2020

There are a lot of freely available poker materials on Youtube: entertaining video blogs, tournament reports, interesting streams and training materials. All this may be useful to novice players, but Youtube algorithms don’t see it that way.

The Youtube algorithm considers poker a game of chance and therefore blocks streamers’ channels, removing poker content. In the meantime, poker channels that belong to such giants as PokerStars and PartyPoker remain untouched.

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Many poker players, including Jaime Staples, have already suffered from the actions of the algorithm. Last year, Youtube deleted 134 videos of Jamie, and this is just the tip of the iceberg.

Staples is dissatisfied with the fact that Youtube removes his video without any explanation. Due to this, the guy decided to gather all people affected by the Youtube algorithms and submit a collective appeal to the online platform.

In his video message, Jaime Staples reported that poker streamers have a huge problem: poker content is deleted without giving reasons, although the authors of the channels do not violate the rules of the site.

The streamer invites all victims to send email to yt@pokerstaples.com with a detailed description of the problem. The following should be indicated in the email:

  • Date of violation.
  • Name of the channel.
  • Link to the channel.
  • Name.
  • Email
  • Twitter
  • A brief description of the problem.
  • Link to the video.
  • Form of punishment for violating (ban, strike, etc.)
  • The reason for the ban.

Staples will collect all the data and combine it into one collective email addressed to Youtube.

Email Example

DateChannelNumber of subscribers
AuthorEmailTwitterLink to the deleted videoReasonLink to the channelForm of punishment
17.02.2020jaimestaples24 000James StaplesJaime@pokerstaples.com@jaimesstapleshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KVXilrElp0sWasn't informedyoutube.com/jaimestaplesThe channel was deleted
17.02.2020jaimestaples72 000James StaplesJaime@pokerstaples.com@jaimesstaplesNot preserved
Dangerous content
youtube.com/pokerstaplesTwo strikes
Estimate material:
- excellent material
- good material
- not bad material
- bad material
- horrible material