Tag Archive: Twitch

How to see Twitch comments through PlayStation VR

Now we can actually talk to you while streaming.

As most of you know, Twitch has become a huge part of most gamers lives. We love to share our games, and lots of folks enjoy watching. Doing this in front of a television is one thing, but when you’ve got a PlayStation VR headset on things get a little complicated. Whether its Star Trek: Bridge Crew or a Sparc workout it’s fun to watch people play, especially  [Read More…]

Get 5 Overwatch loot boxes free with Twitch Prime

Our friends at Thrifter are back again, this time with a way to get 5 free Overwatch loot boxes!

So this deal is pretty simple. If you own the video game Overwatch and you’re an Amazon Prime member, you can get 5 free loot boxes for the game. The loot boxes come from Twitch Prime, which is included with an Amazon Prime membership. You can still get the Overwatch Golden Loot Box that was released previously, and you can  [Read More…]

How to get the best PlayStation VR stream on Twitch

Share your PlayStation VR adventures with the world! We’ll show you how.

While you’re fully immersed inside your virtual world with PlayStation VR, there’s no reason you wouldn’t want to share it with everyone else, right? Twitch is the biggest platform on the planet for gamers to broadcast their adventures to friends, family, and complete strangers.

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Twitch users given ability to live stream Android games

While it may seem weird to some people, there is a need for Android games to work on PC computers. This can be done using software such as BlueStacks. With the rise of game mobile casino sites and other mobile platforms, it seems the next step in the mobile gaming world could feature the ability

Twitch comes to Bluestacks with the new Bluestacks TV

Exciting news! Bluestacks, an Android emulator for Windows and Mac, is launching the all-new Bluestacks TV! The company is integrating Twitch into its platform, bringing mobile gaming to a whole new level. Bluestacks is the biggest company yet to use Twitch’s newly released APIs. Since the majority of Twitch’s 1.7 million broadcasters play PC games,

Twitch brings game streaming fun to Android TV

If you’re a fan of watching other gamers stream their playing sessions over Twitch, you now have another way to watch. The streaming service announced today a new Twitch experience for Android TV, allowing you to watch gameplay, follow your favorite channels, and more from the comfort of your couch.

How to use the Sony Xperia Z5 to stream on Twitch

If you’re into both mobile gaming and sharing your play sessions with the world on Twitch then you’re in luck.

With the Xperia Z5 Sony has made it possible to stream your favorite mobile games directly to Twitch without the need for any third party applications or hardware. While YouTube Gaming allows streaming through its Android app, for Twitch this isn’t yet a thing. Fortunately, the feature is built right into the phone.

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Twitch updates Fire TV app with new profile pages and more

Twitch has announced an update to its app for Amazon’s Fire TV, finally bringing the ability to login and follow your favorite broadcasters. In addition, there’s a bit of chat support thrown in, along with new profile pages and more.

Netflix and Twitch make their way to Samsung Gear VR

Samsung’s Gear VR is about to get some more media streaming options, as both Twitch and Netflix will be making their way to the headset. Following the announcement of an all-new Gear VR headset, it was announced that both Netflix and Twitch will be making their way to the Gear VR store this afternoon.

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Look out Twitch, Youtube is looking to take over video game streaming

Youtube is taking on Twitch, a live TV source for watching video games, head on starting today August 26th. Youtube was the first to bring us video-sharing back in 2005 and has since changed the way we watch videos, but it definitely missed the boat when it came to streaming video gaming.

Twitch on the other hand, launched in 2011 and brought live video game streaming to the masses. In just 3 years, Twitch grew exponentially, and was purchased in  [Read More…]