A few users have had questions about if cheating is allowed while streaming. The answer is complicated.
We do not enforce the rules of random games or companies, but at the same time, a lot of cheating could be deemed "harassment" which is very firmly against our rules.
Anyone cheating in a multiplayer game to gain some sort of advantage, is generally going to be asked to stop. Not only does it count as harassment to the people you are doing it against, but it is simply a community we do not want to support. If you are cheating in a single player game, such as enabling noclip in Half Life, it is perfectly fine!
Games like minecraft also have lots of hacked clients that allow you to do extra things. For a while, the only way to fly was to use these programs. Each server has their own rules, some allow it and some don't, so in this instance, it's something we can't properly police. If we find out what you are doing is in some way meant to be negative, we will make you stop. Using cheats on PVP servers for unfair advantage will make us ask you to stop, for example. For the record, griefing of any sort, in any game is considered harassment.
This is not an easy policy to explain, so I'm open to any questions as always! Just keep in mind, if what you are doing could make the game less fun for someone else, you probably shouldn't stream it!
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