Advertisement Pro-Trump Mob Livestreamed Its Rampage, and Made Money Doing It A site called Dlive, where rioters broadcast from the Capitol, is benefiting from the growing exodus of right-wing...
Jan 7, 2021 8:29 PM A Game Livestreaming Site Has Become an Extremist Haven DC rioters used DLive to stream from the Capitol to thousands of people on Wednesday—and to get donations from them...
Right-wing conspiracy theorist Alex Jones temporarily moved to DLive after being banned from YouTube, but was also banned by DLive for violating its community guidelines in April 2019.  By that month, DLive self-reported 3 million monthly active users and 35,000 active streamers. 
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Published Jun 4, 2020 DLive is still using YouTuber PewDiePie's likeness to advertise its own platform despite his new deal to stream exclusively with Youtube. Despite PewDiePie signing an agreement to exclusively stream on YouTube, he is still being used in DLive advertisements to promote their own streaming platform.
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Far-right extremists livestreamed on the fringe, youth-targeted gaming website DLive on Wednesday during an unprecedented breach of the U.S. Capitol building that left at least four people dead and others wounded.
DLive CEO Charles Wayn responded to the platform’s scrutiny following the attack, writing in a January 17th blog post, “We absolutely condemn this abuse of our service and regret that it happened.
by Danny Paez April 10, 2019 Felix “PewDiePie” Kjellberg, YouTube’s most popular content creator has penned a deal with a “decentralized live streaming platform” called DLive. Kjellberg announced...
Dear friends, We invite you to read this welcome letter so that you can better understand what DLive is, why we are building this platform that is different from other live streaming platforms and why you should join our amazing community. The Mission of DLive Most of us started creating or watching content on YouTube or Twitch.