It’s true: Username Changes confirmed.
Did you create your Twitch account years ago and no longer think that the name you picked represents the real YOU anymore?
Now you can just log into your Twitch account, go to setting and check if the name your new YOU is available for grabs 🙂 Continue reading Twitch name changes are finally here
League of Legends topped the charts last year, with over 1 billion hours of content viewed – almost double that of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.
Continue reading League of Legends Fans Watched More than 1 Billion Hours on Twitch in 2016
Microsoft said it was about to supercharge Beam, and it’s quickly following through on that promise. After a few weeks of beta testing, the livestreaming service’s big 2.0 overhaul is now available to everyone. The most conspicuous change is what you’ll see the moment you hop in. There’s a revamped home page that can feature multiple streams and show more info about a broadcaster’s communities. Also, you’ll notice a revamped, HTML5-only player that touts better video-on-demand controls, playback at higher bitrates (up to 10Mbps) and higher resolutions (1440p at 60 frames per second, anyone?). However, some of the biggest improvements are under the hood. Continue reading Microsoft’s Twitch competitor, Beam, gets a major update
A Counter-Strike: Global Offensive match shattered a Twitch viewership record Sunday, reaching over 1 million concurrent viewers during the exciting finish of the ELeague Major.
ELeague’s Twitch channel hit 1.026 million concurrent viewers while live broadcasting the grand finals of the 10th CS:GO Major — put on by Turner and WME | IMG — between Virtus.pro and Astralis, breaking Twitch’s previous single-channel concurrent viewer record of 890,000. Continue reading ‘Counter-Strike’ match breaks Twitch’s streaming record
It wants Curse to be your go-to software for multiplayer matches.
Twitch wants to move beyond live streaming to cover your game communications, and to that end, it bought Curse back in August. Just what is it doing with its newly acquired app, though? Well, now we know: Curse is rolling out desktop support for both video calls and screen sharing on top of its existing voice and social features. You and four other people can now see each other while you play, and share what’s on your display if you want to brag about a victory or show vital info to your teammates. Continue reading Twitch brings video calls to its game communication app