Twitch is a video live streaming service based in the United States that specializes in video game live broadcasting, including esports tournaments.
Twitch also provides music broadcasts, original material, and, more lately, “in real life” streaming, and is Amazon.com, Inc. subsidiary.
Recently the Twitch source code and sensitive information belonging to streamers’ and users’ were leaked online by an anonymous user on the 4chan imageboard, as a torrent link leading to a 125GB archive containing data was shared.
Their community is also a disgusting toxic cesspool, so to foster more disruption and competition in the online video streaming space, we have completely pwned them, and in part one, are releasing the source code from almost 6,000 internal Git repositories.
BleepingComputer reports that the leaked Twitch data contains:
The entirety of twitch.tv, with committed history going back to its early beginnings Mobile, desktop, and video game console Twitch clients Various proprietary SDKs and internal AWS services used by Twitch Every other property that Twitch owns, including IGDB and CurseForge An unreleased Steam competitor from Amazon Game Studios Twitch SOC internal red teaming tools Creator payout reports from 2019 until now
What Data Was Leaked?