- Coza Web Design cc holds the copyright to this website.
- The details and images of streamers are public record, so we do not hold the copyright to those details. They belong to the individual streamers themselves.
- The screenshots appearing in the background were freely obtained from gamewallpapers.com
- Other text, pictures and articles appearing on this websitehave been created exclusively for this site. You may not use any of it without express permission from Coza Web Design cc in writing.
- Plagiarism is a criminal offense. Besides that, you will never get ahead in life if you aren’t original.
The ‘Advertise‘ page provides a form to apply for an advert to be placed on one or more pages. The following terms apply:
- EFT payments are only accepted for South African bank accounts. PayPal is available if you don’t have a South African bank account.
- Before we send an invoice, we first need to determine if your advert will be appropriate for our website, as it is not a free for all.
- The advertising opportunity is not restricted to Southern Africans, nor just streamers, but the advert does need to be related to streaming, gaming or technology. If we feel that your advert would not be suitable for our website’s audience, we will inform you before you pay.
- We also don’t accept ugly adverts, so we would need to see your advert files for approval before we send your invoice.
- Invoices need to be paid up front. The advert will be placed within 48 hours of payment received, with exceptions made for weekends, public holidays, etc.
Get Listed Terms
- Only Southern African streamers / Southern African ex-pat streamers may apply.
- Only active streamers may apply. Inactive streamers may be removed without notice. The term ‘Active’ is defined on the application form.
- Chosen categories must be verifiable via past streams.
- Right of admission reserved.
- To improve readability, editing of description may occur.
- Rejection of avatar may occur, if deemed offensive or low quality.
Get Featured Terms
The ‘Get Featured‘ form refers to a paid advertising opportunity for a streamer already listed in the streamer directory to appear on the home page of the website. Streamers themselves decide what the spot is worth by putting in offers for the ad space. The following terms apply:
- Whichever offer is the highest for the proposed month is awarded the spot.
- We consider offers finalised counting back 1 week from the end of the month, so you have until then to bid on the spot for the following month.
- EFT payments are only accepted for South African bank accounts. PayPal is available if you don’t have a South African bank account. If your offer is uncontested, you will receive an invoice with relevant banking details.
- Payments for the month need to paid in full one week before month end. Failure to do so, means the month is forfeited and goes to the second highest bid who has 24 hours to pay, and so forth, until the month is paid for by someone.
Coza Web Design is a registered closed corporation. Our registration number is 2006 / 192070 / 23. We do not have a telephone number, but you can always contact us via email using any of the forms on this site, or on our main website, www.coza-web.co.za
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How we protect your data
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