I enjoy my viewers' company and they enjoy mine, but please be respectful and not disruptive. Here they are!
**Keep it PG-13**
We can be playfully lewd and can curse, but don't be explicit!
**Don't Bring Toxicity, Negativity, Trolling and Condescension to Myself or Others**
There is no need to be rude or negative to put someone like one of my viewers or myself down. I'd like to have people to look forward to seeing each other and have a great time. We want a supportive environment. We'd like for you to do the same for us.
There should be no backseating on a blind/first playthrough stream unless I ask you for help, or you can ask me if I want to know about it. It's their game experience, not yours.
No spoilers either on blind streams. Try not to mention spoilers about a game during an unrelated game I'm streaming. Viewers are there to watch that specific game, and may not want to know about spoilers from a game they may not have played.
**Self-advertising or Self-promotion**
Do not self-promote or self-advertise your channel when I'm streaming. It's okay to mention that you do stream and the game you're currently streaming when it's naturally brought up in conversation, but it's pretty scummy to blatantly tell people you're "off to stream" after chatting for a few minutes. >_>
Streaming is already stressful enough as it is. Bringing up view count can make someone feel like crap if you tell them you only have this many, or you think a view count is a high number to you, but to the streamer, it's not. Just don't.
**Don't Trauma Dump**
Yeah, I have my own skeletons and demons to contend with too, but I try to keep it to myself since I know others want to come by and forget about their issues. You can let us know if you had a bad day and briefly let us know what went on, but don't go into paragraphs about what happened. That kills the mood and makes viewers leave. Just don't also.