High-profile Turkish streamer Jahrein, who has 1.7 million Twitch subscribers, is another person trying to raise awareness. He has recently met with politicians, who are now calling on Turkey’s parliament for “the Financial Crimes Investigation Board (Masak) and other relevant Turkish state institutions to scrutinise the scandal.”

While the police in Turkey have been slow to act—Jahrein has only spoken with cybercrime officers this week—the matter has also been reported to Twitch. They say that they have taken action “against more than 150 partners in Turkey for abuse of our monetisation tools, and have “also worked with those affected who have reached out to us.”