With any luck for the Korean streamer, some of the Twitter backlash will prompt a more detailed explanation from the company, and maybe even a shot at redemption.
Four from four followed including harassing Sebastian Vettel into an error in Canada, a tyre management masterclass in Monaco and a clinical, precision dissection in France where he finished 18 seconds ahead.
A competitor will only arise when the actual backbone of Twitch dies, and that won't happen.
People say Soda needs to leave or something like that to really make a difference, except it won't.
I think Twitch needs to publicly apologize to Velvet, and Emmett Shear needs to as well.