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Apex Legends in the first place on Twitch, even surpasses Fortnite

Apex Legends, at the time of writing, has over 250.000 viewers on Twitch right now. Respawn Entertainment's free battle royale was released this week and, besides involving a good ...

Sea Of Thieves has suddenly become one of the most viewed games on Twitch

After an intriguing (and worrying) launch in March 2018, Rare's ambitious pirate-based work, Sea of ​​Thieves, found itself lost at sea. There wasn't actually much to do ...

Neymar misses the Golden Ball Ceremony and remains to play Call of ...

The Golden Ball is the most prestigious prize in football, given every year to the player considered the best in the world. Knowing, probably, that this year he would have no chance of winning, Neymar is not ...

Nintendo updates the monetization guidelines

Nintendo, through its official website, has published a series of new guidelines regarding content sharing. These guidelines should make the life of YouTuber and other creators of ... easier.

Youtube coming for Nintendo Switch?

Among the few criticisms that can be made at Nintendo Switch at the moment one is that of having a total lack of applications dedicated to streaming or social media. Apparently this shortage will begin ...

Twitch was suddenly stuck in China

The Twitch video streaming platform was suddenly blocked in China. The website is currently inaccessible and the app has been removed from the Apple App Store. The news comes from Abacus, which suggests that ...

Ninja, the first professional gamer on ESPN

Whoever follows Fortnite knows perfectly the name of Ninja, nickname of Tyler Blevins, one of the most famous gamer in the world at the moment. After setting records on record on Twitch (more views ...

Steam TV may soon be a reality

The undisputed king of video game streaming is definitely Twitch, acquired by Amazon, but given the great success of the sector, YouTube and Facebook also wanted to open their own platform. For a long time ...

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