Twitch comes to Xbox One in MarchPlatforms: YouTube
The best broadcasting and spectating experience on any console is on its way when the new Twitch app launches on Xbox One on 11 March.
Twitch, the world’s largest video platform and community for gamers, with 45 million visitors per month and Xbox One, the only all-in-one games and entertainment system, are joining forces to bring the Twitch experience into the new generation.
Both Twitch and Xbox One are seeing blazing growth, with Twitch’s traffic skyrocketing and Xbox One off to the fastest launch in Xbox history. On the heels of the acclaimed “Titanfall” beta, which peaked at No. 1 on Twitch across all platforms with more than 65,000 concurrent views on 13 February, it’s time to give the world its first taste of next-generation multiplayer action. On 14 March when “Titanfall” launches, Twitch and Xbox One come together for the first truly next-gen Twitch experience, one that can't be matched by any other console.
Only with Twitch on Xbox One, can you broadcast and watch your favourite games live by simply saying “Xbox, Broadcast”. Once you’re done broadcasting, you can use Twitch to watch the games you love, chat with the players you follow, or even join a broadcaster’s game. Xbox One is the only next-gen console that allows you to archive your Twitch broadcasts and view live Twitch streams regardless of their original source.
“Only Xbox One offers the most complete Twitch experience, with access to any live broadcast and the full Twitch catalogue,” said Yusuf Mehdi, Corporate VP of Marketing, Xbox. “We’ve designed Xbox One to be the best place to play with features and unparalleled partnerships that deliver epic moments for gamers.”
“Over the last two years, we have seen the broadcasting and spectating of video games go from a niche activity to a pastime shared by millions,” said Emmett Shear, CEO and Founder, Twitch. “As the experience grows in popularity, it’s important to provide as broad a feature set as possible for the community. Microsoft has done just that by rolling out the most robust console integration of Twitch to date and setting a new bar for others to strive for.”