E3 2013: Microsoft Announce Partnership With Twitch TV
During a showing of some new social features that will be included with the Xbox One, Microsoft took the opportunity to announce a partnership with famous streaming service Twitch TV, bringing a host of new features to the console that open up all sorts of possibilities for competitive and social gaming.
The partnership will allow gamers to stream their play sessions directly to their Twitch channels, as well as providing seamless recording capabilities on every title released on the console. The service will be restricted to Xbox LIVE Gold members, but this type of integration is sure to attract a lot of attention from the competitive gaming crowd.
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Twitch currently has 35 million monthly visitors, making it a massive platform for tournament livestreams and more.