Actual_Stephen was recently attacked on stream by an unknown streamer while in arcade.
When a streamer streams IRL, or outside of the country, there are many possible outcomes. Some people believe that live streaming is fine in public. Others disagree with it. People should not be offended if they’re being actively filmed.
Others disagree with this opinion, as streamers may be uncomfortable appearing in front of cameras.
A Twitch streamer who goes under the pseudonym Actually_Stephen had an unplanned experience during his stream. He was filming because a stranger attacked him.
Actually_Stephen, who was streaming live at an arcade during the stream caught the attention of a stranger. The man began to attack the streamer after he saw the camera. Everyone in the chat was worried and told him to go away. He kept questioning the streamer about permission and said, “Did I ask?” Was this allowed?
Although Actually_Stephen attempted to explain and continued to apologize, the man was clearly angry that he wasn’t being recorded without his permission. A clip from the stream was posted to the subreddit, where it received mixed responses. While some felt that the man was overreacting, others sided with the stranger and said that the steamer was filming inside an arcade filled of children. Parents can consider the area unsafe if the identity of the streamer is not known.
People should not be offended if they’re being actively filmed. A Twitch streamer who goes under the pseudonym Actually_Stephen had an unplanned experience during his stream. He was filming because a stranger attacked him.