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Xbox Head Teases New Streaming Device In New Fallout 25th Anniversary Photo

Microsoft's Head of Gaming Phil Spencer just took a new office photo, complete with a possible tease of a new device. The photo on Twitter is basically to celebrate the Fallout series' 25th anniversary, but closer inspection on the top right (next to the Kojima Productions Ludus statue) reveals a device that hasn't been seen on any official Xbox...

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Netflix Gaming Teams Up With Ubisoft For Three New Mobile Titles

Netflix announced that it's teaming up with famous French game developer Ubisoft, known for Rainbow Six games and the FarCry series among other things, to make exclusive mobile games on the Netflix platform. When asked on why the streaming giant is teaming up with Ubisoft on this, Netflix external gaming lead Leanne Loombe said that it's due to ...

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Twitch Now Makes It Easier and Faster For Streamers To Get Paid

Twitch announced that they will reduce the minimum payout threshold from $100 down to $50 for all Partners and Affiliates. The phased rollout will be introduced country by country starting 15th July including Argentina, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Spain, Taiwan, and many countries in the months to come. https://twitter.com/TwitchSupport/status/154692826...

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OBS Is Now Available On Steam

Calling all streamers; OBS is now officially available on Steam. The Steam version of OBS will even carry over all your settings if you already have the normal version on your PC. However, there won't be cloud saves. As for everything else, they will work like the standard OBS. You can install plugins, and the Steam version doesn't limit how man...

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Even Dr. Disrespect Doesn’t Know Why He Was Banned On Twitch

Last month, famous streamer Dr. Disrespect (whose real name is Guy Beahm) was banned on Twitch for an undisclosed reason. What's bizarre is that not even he knows why he was banned, as he finally opened up on his Twitch ban several weeks after the news broke. However, he does confirm that his time on Twitch is now over for good. Speaking with Wash...

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Twitch Is Looking Into Sexual Assault Allegations Against Their Streamers

The gaming world's version of the Me Too movement has sparked over the past few days as a number of women have come forward and revealed claims of sexual assault allegations on social media. These cases involve prominent members of the gaming community, including streamers and gaming journalists alike. However, a lot of these specifically involved...

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Microsoft Streaming Site Mixer Is Shutting Down

In a shocking announcement, Microsoft has announced that it is shutting down its Mixer streaming service on 22 July 2020 but plans to move existing partners (like Tyler 'Ninja' Blevins, Shroud and others) over to Facebook Gaming. Mixer has always struggled to compete with the likes of other more successful streaming services like Twitch, YouTube, ...

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Is HBO Go A Viable Netflix Substitute In Malaysia?

The HBO Go streaming service has actually been available in Malaysia for a year or so, but it's only been exclusively available for Astro customers during that period of time. It was finally made available for everyone else to subscribe earlier in May 2020, at the price of RM35.90 per month. With HBO Go, subscribers will be able to access original...

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Facebook Now Has A Facebook Gaming App

Facebook have launched their Facebook Gaming app on Google Play, with an iOS version to come after Apple's approval. It's described as "a focused, gaming-only experience where you can watch your favourite streamers, play instant games and take part in gaming groups. It's all of Facebook Gaming in one neat, app-sized package". Facebook Gaming is it...

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GeForce NOW Adds More Ubisoft Games To Its Library, But Loses Other Titles

NVIDIA has added a bunch of new titles to its GeForce Now streaming service, but it has lost many others as well, according to a new blog post. The good news is that NVIDIA has secured a deal with Ubisoft that lets them add the full Assassin’s Creed and Far Cry series to their GeForce Now service, while "More Ubisoft games will arrive...

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Here’s How To Participate In Destiny 2’s Game2Give Charity Event

Starting from 24 October to 10 November 2019, Bungie will be hosting their inaugural charity event, Game2Give, in Destiny 2. You can take part by either do a fundraising stream or be becoming a viewer of one of those streams. There are in-game exclusive rewards for both streamers and viewers. For those of you who plan to just watch the streams, yo...

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Ninja Hits One Million Subs After Just A Week On Mixer

Not too long ago, one of the world's top Fornite streamers Tyler "Ninja" Blevins announced that he would be leaving Twitch to join Microsoft's streaming platform Mixer. Prior to leaving Twitch, Ninja was the most followed streamer on the platform with more than 14 million followers. After only one week of joining Mixer, he's already gotten more th...

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Ninja Ditches Twitch For Mixer In Epic Twist

Tyler ‘Ninja’ Blevins is one of the most popular streamers in the world, and the streaming platforms are fighting over him like a pack of rabid dogs over a piece of meat. Kudos to Microsoft then, as the famous Fortnite streamer has ditched Twitch and signed on with Mixer in an exclusive deal. The news was announced by Ninja himself...

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Facebook & YouTube Catching Up To Twitch In Streaming Numbers

Twitch has always been the king of games streaming, but slowly and surely Facebook and YouTube are both catching up to the streaming giant. According to statistics provided by the Stream Elements blog, that's what is currently happening. Twitch is still number one with over 2.7 billion hours of live streaming content viewed on the platform, maki...

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E3 2019: Bethesda’s New Streaming Tech Is Impressive

Bethesda showed off their take on cloud streaming called Orion. The claim that Orion will take 40% less bandwidth and reduces perceptible latency by 20%. Orion is a patented collection of software technologies that improve the quality and speed of game streaming that is built ground-up from the engine level. It will also complement, not compete, w...

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Sony & Microsoft Announce Historic Gaming & Tech Partnership

In an unexpected turn of events in what might spell the end of the long and arduous console wars, Sony and Microsoft have announced a strategic partnership focusing on developing gaming and cloud technology. What does this mean for the PlayStation and Xbox brands? According to the official statement given by Microsoft, they will work together with...

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Is Google Stadia Shaping Up To Be A Console-Killer?

Google has finally revealed more details and information about Google Stadia, their upcoming new video game streaming service. A demo was available at last week's Google I/O 2019 event, where invited journalists were able to try out the new technology, along with the Stadia controller. How Does Google Stadia Perform? Instead of running natively o...

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Malaysia’s First Esports and Gaming Job Portal Launched

eGG Network has released a platform to aid students in taking a step further into the gaming industry. The Alliance of Campus (ACE) initiative is poised to accommodate students to be esports professionals. Also supporting ACE is U Mobile as the Main Sponsor, and Illegear as Partner Sponsor, with an endorsement from Malaysia Digital Economy Corporat...

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[Report] Ninja Gets A Million Bucks To Promote Apex Legends

It's no surprise that EA is using streamers to promote Respawn's battle royale, Apex Legends. In fact, it is part of a respectable marketing campaign that somehow worked wonderfully. Now, EA is taking it to the next level by paying Tyler 'Ninja' Blevins an amount of US$1 million (RM 4 million). This would be one of the reasons why Apex Legends c...

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