(on mobile i can't edit too easily, so deleted original for formatting reasons) Thanks for opening this up for discussion. I agree with @Elgarion that while an official overlay would be cool, I hope its not required to be on the team. Official graphics are great and I've made use of fan kits for games, including this one, often in the past. I'd be more of a fan of a "livestreamer fan kit" with assets we can use as a whole set or pick or choose individual pieces to include in our own designs. Like @macnlos elaborates on in the next reply below, there is a problem with "top streamers receiving cotos." Viewers might be more apt to watch popular streamers because they have stuff to give away. Time streaming could also be a problem for some streamers who cannot dedicate 8 hours a day to streaming. This would force new or lesser popular streamers to pay out of pocket to compete and that creates inequity out of the gate. Any of this could ultimately discourage streamers. Plus you can buy viewers, followers etc. Let's not revisit mistakes from our past in this new frontier. Honestly, I am not a huge fan of streamers having to compete with other streamers based on what they have to give away. It's not really how Twitch works and no streamer should have to bribe their viewers to stick around. There is already an expectation in viewers that they're going to get stuff for watching. This is really foreign in the livesreaming community but it's kind of become the culture of our streams. I mean giveaways are great and a definite perk. It increase viewership but we need to also concentrate on our information and entertainment value of our streams above all else. Imho, of course. I agree with @Phamyns that there absolutely must be a scalable and equitable means to providing giveaway items to livestreamers that is inclusive for everyone streaming. Or, just don't give out stuff at all if equity isn't possible. I'm grateful that @Chris is providing these perks but there are many ways it can cause issues. Edit to add: it would be more helpful to streamers if the developers dropped by our streams, promoted them, gave us in game titles, announce in game and on the front page or the site when streams go live, and continue to do so on a reliable and regular basis.