No! TRP is in no way affiliated with Twitch.tv.
TRP's goal is to create a safe, inclusive community. When Admin investigation identifies safety concerns like harassment or racism, or when we've documented extreme and/or ongoing disruptions to roleplay, we will sever ties in order to prevent further community harm.
All player reports are private, viewable only by the CM team, and are confidential (meaning that staff will not disclose to anyone that you filed anything). Reports involving harassment, racism, and other community safety concerns, are given priority and managed by the TRP Owners. You'll be notified when the CM team begins their investigation, and informed of their findings before the ticket is closed.
CMs have multiple data points available to investigate, and will review everything available before making a determination. These include Kill Logs, Server Join/Disconnect Logs, Scene Logs, past rule violations, player activity logs from the server, Twitch vods/clips, screen recordings, screenshots, and statements from involved players.
It happens! And most of the time, it's accidental 🙂 Community Managers (CMs) will open a private Discord ticket with you to let you know the rule(s) broken. Depending on the impact the rule-break had on RP, whether it's a recurring issue, and the number of rule breaks over a 90 day timespan, CMs will also inform you if you're receiving feedback, a warning, or a suspension.
No, we are sorry, at this time we only run whitelisted servers.
You do not, TRP is open to everyone!
You do not, whitelists are carried over each server wipe.
There is no set time for how long it may take. Please keep your eyes on the Discord for any changes in whitelisting.
You will receive an email. You will also notice all the whitelisted rooms appear in the Discord. (as long as your Discord was connected properly) Our deny button is operational so you will now receive a email either way.