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The featured tab is the focus and the endgame is that a larger number of streamers will find their way into it.
Today we updated the Mixer homepage algorithm with some important changes to featuring. Once featured, there’s now a 1 week cooldown before a channel can be featured again. This means more content featured each day, and more up and coming broadcasters getting love. <3— Matt (@MattSalsamendi) February 14, 2018
If you're regularly on the feature block, then it might come as a little knock to you, but the more important aspect is continuing to help Mixer streamers grow their channels.
For viewers, it means a bigger variety of content to discover, and maybe your next favorite broadcast.
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