YouTube is now better at live streaming than Twitch

TheDota 2 International Championshipstook place last week, determining the winner of the grand Aegis of the Immortal trophy and distributing $18.4 million in prize money among the 16 participating teams. Beyond the mythical battles and skirmishes inside the game, the tournament was also an important event in the ongoingcontest between YouTube and Twitch. The International 5 (TI5) was streamed live on both services as well as inside theDota 2game client itself — though this year, unlike any of the previous ones, I watched almost all of it on YouTube. What’s changed?

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