We’re excited to bring you news of this month’s game loot for Twitch Prime members. If you’re not a Twitch Prime member yet, you can sign up for a free trial at twitchprime.com.
H1Z1: King of the Kill Custom Skin Collection: 12/7–1/4
H1Z1: King of the Kill from Daybreak Games is celebrating Twitch Prime in December with a custom skin collection inspired by the Twitch community! Available starting on December 7th, and through January 4th, you’ll get these items:
The Twitch Prime Kappa Offroader Skin
Continue reading December Loot from Twitch Prime – H1Z1: King of the Kill Custom Skin Collection
Twitch announced its plans to begin selling video ads in its partners’ live streams which can’t be blocked by third-party ad blockers. These ads will roll out this week and will be delivered through Twitch’s new SureStream video technology platform, which also offers smoother and more reliable streams, including ads.
The goal is to offer broadcasters a better experience than third-party ad networks could provide, which Twitch says cause technical issues due to the way they insert ads from external sources. But obviously, the larger goal here is to bring more of those potential advertising dollars in-house, so Twitch can profit by hosting its ads natively. Continue reading A Better Way for Streamers to Earn Ad Revenue
“Watch Dogs 2” hasn’t arrived yet, but a free in-game content will be given away by Amazon’s Twitch Prime. Twitch announced the free DLC that they will be pulling out this November and “Watch Dogs 2” is included.
The PC Gamer confirmed that Twitch Prime will be sending out free in-game Twitch hoodies for Marcus Holloway of the “Watch Dogs 2” video game. Players need to have an account on Twitch will have access to the exclusive purple hoodie jacket with a Twitch logo in front, which will be available at the release date as per the PC GamesN reported. Continue reading ‘Watch Dogs 2’ Free DLC To Be Released By Twitch; Amazon To Give 20 Percent Discount On Game Pre-Orders
The next evolution of Twitch is finally here.
Ever since Twitch was first acquired by Amazon back in 2014 for $970 million, it was inevitable that the two websites would begin to merge features and build off of each other. We’ve seen that growth begin to take place with more stable servers and premium features present on Twitch, but this past weekend at TwitchCon, the yearly convention for — you guessed it — Twitch, the company announced a plethora of improvements and features coming to the website thanks to their partnership with Amazon. Continue reading Twitch Just Got Way Better with Help from Amazon