Rules of conductDuring Stream of Hope, our mission is to provide the best experience possible for the community: streamers, viewers and donors. Therefore, we provide the following guidelines during Stream of Hope 2020. Some things to avoid, be aware of, and consider.
- Disallowed Games - Games with sexual content and gore are not allowed during Stream of Hope. For full list of allowed, and disallowed games, please click here. If you are unsure if a game is allowed, please contact email@example.com
- Don’t drink alcohol or use Age Restricted Items – Please consider that you, during Stream of Hope, is representing a charity. Getting drunk, or in worst case getting suspended, is going to cut your stream short and will not be good for either your fundraising or your channel. You are neither allowed to advertise or use tobacco products or other age restricted items during Stream of Hope.
- Think about your health - If you are considering a marathon stream, or doing something potentially harmful, please be sure to take care of yourself and think about your health. Stay aware of your own physical condition, stay hydrated and don’t neglect essentials of keeping yourself going during the stream.
- Make sure you are operating within the community guidelines at your streaming platform - It would be terrible if you get suspended during your charity stream, it reflects poorly on both you and the charity. Read over the community guidelines and make sure nothing you have planned is going to get you in trouble.
- Breaking the Law - You must respect all applicable local, national, and international laws during Stream of Hope. Any content or activity connected to illegal activity is prohibited.
- Ethical guidelines:
By joining Stream of Hope, you certify that you will comply with the Swedish Childhood Cancer Fund’s ethical guidelines for fundraising. (url)
- Threats and Violence
Do not threaten or harm other people. The Swedish Childhood Cancer Fund has zero-tolerance for all violence and threats. This applies to both yourself and others.
- Hateful Conduct and Harassment - Bullying and harassment are not tolerated atStream of Hope. Hateful conduct includes any content or activity that promotes, encourages, or facilitates discrimination, denigration, objectification, harassment, or violence based on race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sex, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, disability or serious medical condition, and is prohibited. Harassment includes any content or activity that attempts to intimidate,degrade, abuse, bully others, or creates a hostile environment for others, and is prohibited. Any hateful conduct or harassment is considered a zero-tolerance violation.
Please consider that you are respresenting Stream of Hope and the Swedish Childhhod Cancer Fund during your stream. If staff determines a rule was violated, actions can be taken as warning or suspension from Stream of Hope.