Facebook is serious about getting into gaming

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Facebook isn’t finished with the gaming industry just yet. After signing a deal with the ESL to exclusively broadcast events, which ultimately backfired when the organizer decided to take down streams of those who boycotted the deal in order to host the Dota 2 tournament themselves. People go to Twitch and other streaming platforms for all their gaming needs. Facebook just isn’t a brand one would associate with lag-free gaming content. But the social network wishes to change this. Continue reading “Facebook is serious about getting into gaming”

Mixer brings in 10 million viewers each month, announces streamer tips

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Mixer announced in a blog post the platform is pulling in more than 10 million viewers each month. That’s quite the milestone for the relatively new streaming brand, which has to take on the mighty Twitch. To aid streamers who have already begun calling Mixer their home, Microsoft is working on a few features including tips. Continue reading “Mixer brings in 10 million viewers each month, announces streamer tips”