Destiny 2 PC players will be twiddling their thumbs while their counterparts on Xbox One and PS4 get to take part in a beta later in the month — but thankfully, they’ve a little task they can undertake to still feel

Twitch and Blizzard have partnered up to provide special in-game content for Twitch Prime subscribers. The two-year deal also extends livestreaming rights of select Blizzard eSports events to Twitch. “As the first part of this landmark license deal, Blizzard is licensing third-party

Twitch Prime will soon be available within Australia, the popular streaming service today declared. Available from 9 June, the service is linked to Amazon Prime and includes the following benefits: Free game content, like exclusive characters, boosts, skins, and more Full

On this episode of The GAP, Luke Lawrie (Stevivor) and Joab Gilroy (Red Bull Games) get their hands on Quake Champions, and things don’t look good at the moment. They also talk about PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, the Gaming4Life charity stream, Dota

On this episode of The GAP Luke Lawrie (Stevivor) and Joab Gilroy (Red Bull Games) mix things up with video games and card games for this week. The games they’ve been playing include Tekken 7, Sniper Ghost Warrior 3, PlayerUnknown’s

Twitch and the Sony Foundation have partnered to stream in support of Sony’s You Can youth cancer program. The 30-hour stream begins 29 April and will feature Twitch streamer like Bajo, Deligracy and Loserfruit. Those viewing and, more importantly, donating

Twitch recently introduced its Affiliates Program, one that aids streamers who aren’t beginners, nor are partners. The mid-tier platform makes it easier for streamers to make an income, growing their channels to prepare for partnership. At the program’s launch, affiliates

PewDiePie has complained of decreasing profits, vowing to make his YouTube channel “family friendly” whilst also launching a weekly Twitch stream. The popular broadcaster is cleaning up his act in the wake of YouTube’s new advertisement policy; a number of

Twitch viewers are now able to buy games that are being streamed on the popular service. As detailed in February, the Get It On Twitch initiative will allow Twitch viewers to buy video games directly from a stream, giving a 5% of

Twitch today has detailed a new program called ‘Get It On Twitch’, allowing gamers the chance to buy video games directly from within a livestream. The initiative, rolling out worldwide very soon soon, will provide spectators the opportunity to buy

Twitch users are now able to change their usernames. What’s more, streamers can make a total of two changes every 60 days. “Once you’ve changed your name, the abandoned username will be held by Twitch for a minimum of six

Twitch today named the five Australian and New Zealand streamers who will be propped up as part of the media giant’s Grass Roots program. These streamers have been selected by Twitch for the following periods: SuperAngryBrothers: 16-29 January Tam___Tam: 30

Ubisoft, Amazon and Twitch today announced a partnership that will release a 30-minute, live-action Ghost Recon: Wildlands promotional video called “War Within the Cartel”. The video will appear on Ubisoft’s Twitch channel on 16 February, also available on demand via Amazon’s

Streaming giant Twitch has today confirmed that its TwitchCon event will take place in late October. Held at California’s Long Beach Convention and Entertainment Centre, expect the event over 20-22 October 2017. Those who wish for more information can sign

Georgia Van Cuylenburg is most well-known as the voice behind Final Fantasy XIII’s Oerba Dia Vanille. Much like Final Fantasy XIII’s divided appeal, Vanille’s characterisation was liked by some but strongly disliked by others, which has caused Van Cuylenburg a lot

Twitch used TwitchCon over the weekend to announce a number of new features, including the ability to upload previously-recorded videos to the service. The move allows YouTube like functionality on the popular streaming site, allowing it to better compete with