Twitch streamers who regularly play games like Fortnite, PUBG or Destiny 2 are all streaming together, but their content is split between multiple streams. Viewers never get the whole show. With Squad Stream, Twitch is hoping to change that. Starting later this year, streamers will be able to “squad up” and simultaneously share all four of their broadcasts in a single viewer. Viewers will be able to seamlessly swap between channels and follow along with the chat of whichever stream they’ve selected as their main view.
Even if, their use of filters has become a hallmark of online communication in recent years. That’s why , an app that brings all those filters to your computer’s webcam. Not only is it a fun idea, it was announced at TwitchCon.
Thanks to a custom Twitch extension, Streamers will be able to integrate Snapchat lenses into their streams.
Twitch Sings — a video game designed for streaming
Community may be essential to the DNA of Twitch, but most video games are designed to be played, not watched. Twitch Sings hopes to change that — the social streaming platform teamed up with Harmonix to create a new karaoke game designed for livestreaming.