Russia’s Biggest Streaming Service Donation Alerts Goes Global
The popular streamer friendly service is now available in English and French
Tuesday, December 4, 2018 —
Mail.Ru Group announces the global launch of Russia’s biggest streaming add-on service Donation Alerts that increases streaming functionality by providing streamers with convenient tools to amplify community engagement and the overall profitably of their channel. The service offers a variety of useful features for streamers to test out and create new in-depth ways for them to connect with their viewers and ultimately create a more entertaining and engaging experience.
Donation Alerts is made for everyone with a passion to share the content they create. The service empowers streamers (gamers, bloggers, celebrities, public figures and many others) around the globe by giving them all the necessary tools to enhance their channel with the inclusion of widgets, polls, multi-chats and many other systems designed to provide more meaningful interactions with their audience. In addition to these features, the service supports all global streaming platforms such as Twitch, YouTube, Facebook and Smashcast with plans to expand to Microsoft’s Mixer in the upcoming months.
“I am pleased that our service, created for gamers, has become popular with millions of streamers, and is now going global. I created Donation Alerts with the core focus on streamers and their needs in mind. Therefore, the service is based on targeted, specific functions useful for helping streamers prosper. I really hope players all over the world will find what they need in Donation Alerts. With time we will be able to expand the service’s functions based on feedback from our global audience,” says Sergey Trifonov, Donation Alerts’ Creator.
Donation Alerts is a comprehensive tool for viewers to support their favorite streamers in different ways, it has a convenient all-in-one internal wallet which can help withdraw money or convert funds into any other external currencies — be it conventional currencies or Bitcoin, through credit cards, PayPal (including daily automatic transfers), WebMoney, Sofort and bank cards coming later next year
Donation Alerts was launched in May 2015 and was later purchased in 2017 by Mail.Ru Group, one of the leading companies in the entertainment industry in Eastern Europe. Today, Donation Alerts is the most popular streaming service in Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) with more than 2 million users in total.