If I understand correctly you cant play Spotify music while livestreaming games in Twitch.
So Im wondering why this one guy in Twitch, name Kungentv, can play Spotify all day long while over 5000 people are listening him. I tought Spotify was personal lisence only.
Twitch support says that you cant play Spotify while livestreaming. So whats the deal here? Does Kungentv have some special license or whats going on?
"Spotify is currently only licensed for personal, non-commercial use. Streaming games with a wider audience and using Spotify to provide a soundtrack would not be possible under the current terms and conditions."
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There is a popular streamer on Twitch by the number of FifaRalle who plays Spotify music (ad-free), along with the company's logo on his stream, as well as publishing his playlist on Spotify. How is the streamer outside the terms and conditions. Does an annual subscription or aditional payment warrant this?
To justify this, here are the following links to the user:
Spotify channel: https://play.spotify.com/user/fifarallemusic
Twitch channel: http://www.twitch.tv/fifaralle/profile
Bunch of tattle tells! The law that is being broken here is the copyright infingement law. It is not spotifys job to enforce this. It is the owner of the copyright that must pursue litigation... but i'm sure what they are doing is harming you in some form or fashion, so keep on tattle-telling.