The Los Angeles-based video gaming clipping service has made its first acquisition as it rolls out new features to its user base. The company has acquired the -based donations and payments service to enable direct payments and other types of transactions directly on its site. Now, the company is rolling out a service to any Medal user with more than 100 followers, allowing them to accept donations, subscriptions and payments directly from their clips on mobile, web, desktop and through embedded clips, according to a blog post from company founder Pim De Witte. For now, and for at least the next year, the service will be free to Medal users — meaning the company won’t take a dime of any users’ revenue made through payments on the platform. For users who already have a storefront up with Shopify, Paypal.me, Streamlabs or ko-fi, Medal won’t wreck the channel — integrating with those and other payment processing systems. Through the Donate Bot service any user with a discord server can generate a donation link, which can be customized to become more of a customer acquisition funnel for teams or gamers that sell their own merchandise. A gives users a way to add donors to various list or subscription services or stream overlays, and the Donate Bot is directly linked with and , so you can accept donations without having to set up a website. In addition, the company updated its social features, so clips made on Medal can ultimately be shared on social media platforms like and Discord — and the company is also integrated with Discord, Twitter and in a way to encourage easier signups.