Cooks, artists, musicians, and game devs, Twitch Creative has it all.
Twitch’s category for creative streams is closing in on its ten-month anniversary, and in that time it’s seen some amazing broadcasters take to the platform—from cooks to musicians, to artists, and everything in between.
Since its launch on Oct. 28 last year, which kicked off with the inaugural Bob Ross The Joy of Painting marathon, Twitch Creative has grown to almost 100,000 unique broadcasters, with 40 percent of the partnered Creative channels being women. Continue reading 11 of the best Twitch Creative streamers
Being a Twitch Streamer may become a hot commodity, as Humble Bundle, the charity-driven gaming bundle service, wants to work with streamers to promote bundles.
Humble Bundle has just announced the Humble Partners program that will allow streamers to promote bundles by offering some streamers the chance to receive some revenue. Continue reading Humble Bundle wants Twitch streamers to promote bundles
From a celebrity to a puppet, these broadcasters have defied the odds for a new channel and gained popularity.
Starting a successful Twitch stream these days isn’t easy. With 1.7 million unique broadcasters on the platform every month, getting noticed is often practically a feat of genius—or luck. But there are some streamers who’ve managed to capture the attention of viewers through sheer entertainment or educational value.
If you’re addicted to Twitch, you have to at least give each of these streamers a try. They’re too good to ignore. Some of them capitalized on a special occasion—like the release of Overwatch—while others won over well-established streamers, leading to a lot of attention on social media during their broadcasts.
These are seven of the most interesting new Twitch streamers for 2016. Continue reading 7 best new Twitch streamers in 2016