When is the final episode of Shane Dawson's 'The Mind of Jake Paul' documentary being released? - Dexerto

When is the final episode of Shane Dawson’s ‘The Mind of Jake Paul’ documentary being released?

Published: 18/Oct/2018 10:56 Updated: 18/Oct/2018 11:01

by Ross Deason


Shane Dawson has confirmed that the final episode of his Jake Paul documentary series, ‘The Mind of Jake Paul’, will be released today, October 18.

Dawson has seen his YouTube popularity soar in 2018 thanks to his hard-hitting documentaries on the likes of Tana Mongeau and Jeffree Star, but his Jake Paul series has received even more publicity.

Now, after seven lengthy episodes ranging from ‘The Dark Side of Jake Paul’ and ‘The Family of Jake Paul’ to ‘The Ex Girlfriend of Jake Paul’, part eight, which will be the final chapter, is just around the corner.

“The Mind of Jake Paul – The Finale. Tomorrow,” Dawson Tweeted late on October 17. “This one is going to be different then the rest of them. more raw. and I’m so proud of this video and so grateful for Jake for trusting me.”

Shane faced some backlash after the first two episodes of the series revealed that the premise of the documentary was to find out whether Jake Paul is a sociopath, but that hasn’t stopped each episode from racking up millions of views.

The series has taken input from people on both sides of the fence when it comes to Jake Paul and even the controversial YouTuber has opened up to Dawson in a way that his Team 10 fans have never seen before.

If Dawson’s Tweet is to be believed, it sounds like the final episode, which is rumored to be even longer than its predecessors, will not only show Jake Paul opening up even further, but also be the most raw and unedited of the series.

Shane Dawson’s most recent videos have been uploaded at around 20:00 BST (15:00 EDT, 12:00 PDT) so there’s not much longer to wait!


Streamers slam Twitch over new ‘Celebrations’ feature taking 50% of tips

Published: 24/Oct/2020 12:44

by Connor Bennett


Twitch have sparked controversy after testing their new ‘Celebrations’ feature again as they’ve begun ‘targeting’ donations – with a reported 50/50 split.

Plenty of Twitch viewers are desperate to get involved with their favorite streamer – either simply as an active member of chat or someone who supports the stream with their own money.

This typically comes through subbing to a channel, by purchasing bits from Twitch itself, or donating through a StreamLabs link. The first two of these options support both Twitch and the streamer as each party receives a cut of the money.

Donations, however, all go through to the streamer, usually through third parties like StreamLabs and PayPal, and Twitch doesn’t get a cut of those. That could be set to change with their new Celebrations feature – though it has sparked backlash.

TwitchViewers can support their favorite streamers through features like Bits.

The feature in question was being tested back in June, with subscriptions and bits kicking off an on-screen celebration animation which usually came in the form of fireworks.

However, with Twitch testing the feature again, streamer Zach Bussey noted that they are now targeting donations through Celebrations as streamers can set a donation amount that will trigger the animations. 

On top of this, Bussey noted that the split for these Celebration donations is set at 50/50 and says it’s being pushed “hard” as the button to trigger it has been placed prominently between the follow and subscribe buttons. 

With the news of the feature quickly spreading on social media, a number of streamers took aim at Twitch’s 50/50 split on the donations. 

“Thank f**k I can opt out, lol” tweeted streamer Vio, while others like ShannonZKiller and NeonDan urged their fellow creators and viewers to not use the feature if it does become a permanent addition on Twitch.

Others have speculated that, like mandatory ads, Twitch could work the feature into partnered streamer’s contracts in order to make sure that the feature is being used, should it be pushed out to everyone.

However, the streaming giants are taking feedback on the feature’s test from their streamers, so it could be in for some tweaks before everyone is able to use it.