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Just when it looked like Twitch was looking to reduce the amount of ads on its site, the live-streaming service has introduced a new way for users to tip their favourite casters that relies heavily on them. It comes as an extension to the "Cheering" emotes announced in June and lets viewers accumulate Bits -- a Twitch currency where emoticons translate into donations -- by simply sitting through a 30-second interactive ad.
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