Streamer Terrified By His Daughter While Playing Outlast 2, Is Now The Most Watched Clip On Twitch

Popular Twitch streamer, JurassicJunkieLive was playing Outlast 2 live for his audience, when all of a sudden he gets a scare that even the game didn’t prepare him for. After having just crossed the section where Jake and Marta cross paths, JurrasicJunkie was catching his breath when his 2 year old daughter, Jessica, walks into the room. He couldn’t hear her because of having his headset on. She was carrying a bottle of Jack Daniels that her mother had got for her dad. She approached him and what happens next is hilarious: This clip is now the most watched clip on Twitch, and one can only hope that Jessica grows up to be a game developer making horror games. Register with us for the best in gaming, and join us for video game discussions on our forums.

Overwatch Golden Loot Boxes Leaked by Twitch Prime, Guarantees One Legendary

Golden Loot Boxes were one of the few things leaked when the anniversary event for Overwatch dropped a few weeks ago. The model and references to t were made within the game’s code, but no one knew for sure what they would do. Today, that veil was lifted, perhaps a bit early, thanks to Twitch Prime. As part of this month’s Loot for Twitch Prime members, the streaming giant gave out a “Golden Loot box” for Overwatch, which guarantees at least one legendary item. According to the description, these boxes will not contain seasonal event items. Having access to a Twitch Prime account, Gamerevolution confirmed that the code and the loot box worked immediately, even before Patch 1.12 dropped and even after Patch 1.12 has gone live with no mention of the Golden Loot Boxes,...

Twitch All Set To Get More Friendly, Rolls Out New Social Networking Feature

Twitch, Amazon’s game streaming service is getting more social. The new “Friends” feature teased in April has now launched into beta, allowing users to search for, add, and view a list of friends, see when they’re online, and easily chat with them. The social network released whispers last year, which had the community sending over 300 MILLION whispers. Adding Friends By using the new search bar in the left hand navigation to locate your friend and send a request. You’ll also see a list of recommended friends for you based on who you have interacted with in the past so you can easily find the people on Twitch you interact with most.   The Friends List Once your Twitch Friend accepts your request, you’ll be able to see when they are online and send a whisper with just one click! Now wh...

YouTube Throws The Gauntlet to Twitch, Announces Youtube Gaming

YouTube today announced YouTube Gaming, a brand new website and app to directly compete with Twitch, consolidating all the gaming videos and streams in one place under one banner. It will launch this summer in UK and US, and will later be rolled out for the rest of the world. Since this is a dedicated gaming focused site, recommendations and search algorithms will be tailored for gamers. Besides which there are niceties like 60FPS live streams and sorting streams according to games. YouTube is also set to set up a separate link for all the streams it will host. Do you see this replacing Twitch from the King of All Streams throne anytime soon? Do drop a comment down below and tell us what you think.  

Twitch Videos Gets 500 New Songs Which Can’t Be Muted

Sometime last year, Twitch, just like YouTube implemented censoring system that automatically scans and mutes sections of archived videos that have copyrighted audio. Twitch Music, is something that the company has come up with which aims to solve this very issue. “The Twitch Music Library was born to offer safe passage through the less-than-clear legal landscape when it comes to audio rights,” Twitch said. The library consists of more than 500, mostly EDM songs that have been pre-cleared from “established and burgeoning labels, including Mad Decent, Dim Mak, Spinnin’ Records, OWSLA, Monstercat, Fool’s Gold, and many more,” which Twitch broadcasters can use live and with VODs (past broadcasts/highlights). Artists also have the choice to submit their music to be used...

Amazon Buys Twitch For $1 Billion

Rumors were out that Google was planning to acquire Twitch but those rumors aren’t true anymore as Amazon and Twitch have officially announced a deal, which sees Amazon purchase all outstanding shares of Twitch for roughly $970 million in cash. The was approved by Twitch’s shareholders and should be completed sometime later this year. Twitch CEO, Emmett Shear, in a message addressed to the Twitch community, wrote, “We chose Amazon because they believe in our community, they share our values and long-term vision, and they want to help us get there faster. We’re keeping most everything the same: our office, our employees, our brand, and most importantly our independence. But with Amazon’s support we’ll have the resources to bring you an even better Twitch....

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