Entries in 'streaming' (78)
Streaming platform Twitch has announced its intention to acquire online tech company Curse.
In the face of growing competition, Twitch is still the streaming space’s market leader and this is helped
by its pro-gaming content.
French company Emtec wants to succeed where nearly everybody else has failed.
Less than a week after Twitch said it would take action against the streaming of Counter Strike gambling on its network, one leading streamer has been banned.
The streaming of gambling sites that use Steam OpenID API has been banned by Twitch.
Overwatch, Hearthstone and World of Warcraft players may soon be able to stream their gameplay directly to Facebook.
Twitch has announced Clips; a new feature that allows viewers to save 30 second video clips from any live stream.
UK based eSports organisation Gfinity has launched GTV into open beta.
Streamer Brandon ‘DM Brandon’ Nance has announced his decision to quit the scene shortly after he embarked on a controversial rant about the morality of suicide.
As Kotaku puts it, what a perfect sign of the times.
Microsoft has altered the way in which it intends to deliver Quantum Break’s unusual combination of game and live-action TV show.
Sony has said that it intends to introduce PC remote play to PS4 in the near future.
DingIt, the eSports-centric streaming platform, has finished its first year of broadcasting with 80m viewers under its belt.
Streaming service Twitch has announced plans to preserve a video’s chat as part of its archive.
Current UFC Flyweight Champion Demetrious Johnson has said that he plans to become a full-time game streamer.
Remember ‘Twitch plays Pokemon’? Now finding similar experiences is getting a whole lot easier with the addition of a new directory to the site.
In February, DingIt decided to enter the billion-dollar video streaming market. But how can it hope to compete with giants like Twitch and YouTube Gaming? MCV catches up with head ...
The ability to stream PS4 games to PC is coming to PS4 – officially, this time.
The ignominious fall of the PlayStation TV has seen Sony’s streaming microconsole slashed to an all-time low in the US.
Kamcord has beaten Twitch and YouTube Gaming to the iOS streaming race.
The latest player in the streaming market has secured $4m in funding.
Riot’s League of Legends World Championship draws to a close tomorrow and already it has drawn some huge viewer numbers online.
Mobile gamers looking to show off what they are playing are in luck as YouTube Gaming is introducing streaming for mobile devices.
Sony’s streaming games service PlayStation Now has now officially launched in the UK.