Our recent announcements regarding our viewer bot and other related services are listed below. We post announcements any time there is a major change or update.
Mar 14 21:55:27 UTC 2019 - We are aware that some users are experiencing random under-delivery and we are working to resolve the issue. We have now discovered the problem and are implementing the fix, so it will not be long until we're back at 100% efficiency. For the time being, we have adjusted the code slightly to help delivery.
Jan 20 17:18:26 UTC 2019 - We are currently making some improvements to the follow bot and introducing some new accounts to help increase the realism of the accounts. We are also ageing some new chatbot accounts that will be available soon that now follow random streamers and have followers themselves to also look more real.
Thank you for your patience.
Jan 15 1:00:42 UTC 2019 - Everything is back online now. As most people are aware, Twitch had an issue for a few hours today which caused massive problems when attempting to chat and as a result, most people had an empty chat. However, they have since resolved the issue (according to their Twitter) and all services are operational again.
Jan 14 17:53:06 UTC 2019 - One of the Twitch API's that the chatbot relies on has gone down. We cannot do anything about this until Twitch resolve the error.
Jan 13 20:34:49 UTC 2019 - We have added the ability to "drip-feed" viewers. You can now set a time, in seconds, up to 5 minutes (300 seconds) which will enable your viewers to slowly join your channel. If you select a drip-feed rate of 50 seconds, 1 viewer will join your channel every 50 seconds until you hit the amount of viewers you wanted. Setting a time of "0" will make them join instantly. This feature will make you channel look more realistic. Not many channels have 500 viewers join as soon as they go live, having them trickle in is way more realistic than all at once!
Alongside this, we have fixed some issues where chatbots were not starting or responding.