GTA RP Week has been announced by Twitch with Rockstar Games giving away a huge amount of subscriptions.
The livestreaming platform announced their End-of-Year Bonus Round in a blog post on Wednesday. It is full of community focused discounts and bonuses to help drive support for its streamers with their communities.
GTA RP Week details
One of the standout features of this event is the GTA RP week. Twitch say they have got together with Rockstar Games for the Biggest Sub Gifting collaboration of all time. Rockstar will be giving away more than 600,000 Subscriptions during December 15th to 21st.
These subs will be given out to the most dedicated GTA RP fans globally. All of these 600,000+ subs will be a Sub Token meaning it can be used on any Twitch channel they want. The subscription is standard one month Tier 1 sub. These normally cost $4.99. These can also be gifted to another fellow viewer if they wish to do so.
According to Twitch, recipients of the Sub Token from Rockstar Games will get an email, push notification, and on-site web notification confirming their prize.
GTA RP Week also lines up nicely with the release of Nopixel’s major update. Nopixel 4.0 is slated to launch on Friday 15th December, the same day as GTA RP Week kicks off.
Rockstar working with GTA RP
This is a significant development in GTA roleplay. Rockstar Games are essentially donating money to GTA RP streamers as a thank you gesture for their content. GTA RP requires mods and typically Rockstar’s parent company have been very heavy on modders.
As part of GTA RP Week, up and coming server named onx.gg will be bringing new features that “homage to the GTA franchise starting with celebrating the announcement of GTA VI.” This was announced via their official Twitter account.
Since the acquisition of the FiveM team by Rockstar, we have seen a shift in how the studio operates around GTA RP and mods for the game. We could see Rockstar engage more with the GTA RP scene as time goes on.
Take-Two Interactive recently mentioned plans to monetise GTA RP following the purchase of FiveM. CEO Strauss Zelnick said “We want to be where the consumer and what’s going on role playing is happening in two ways, People are playing role-playing servers but people are watching what they’re doing on Twitch. Actual number of people playing is a relative modest audience, it’s in the hundreds of thousands. But the people watching, that’s a huge audience.”
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