Apple TV finally gets an official Twitch app, years after everyone else
It looks like Twitch, but on TVIt looks a lot like browsing Twitch, but on a bigger screen. There’s a “Home” tab that shows games and channels you follow, as well as a “Browse” tab that has the classic grid of game and section icons organized by viewer count.
You can add Gonzalo " ZeRo " Barrios, one of the most popular Smash Bros . players, to the list of high-profile Twitch streamers who recently jumped ship. He even set a world record after a 56-event win streak from 2014 to 2015. The former Twitch streamer has revealed his move on Facebook (of
The most successful Super Smash Bros . for Wii U player of all time, Gonzalo " ZeRo " Barrios, became the latest popular livestreamer to leave Twitch . ZeRo announced Monday that he is entering an exclusive streaming rights deal with Facebook . He makes the platform jump after building a fruitful
You can add Gonzalo "ZeRo" Barrios, one of the most popular Smash Bros. players, to the list of high-profile Twitch streamers who recently. ZeRo has entered an exclusive streaming rights deal with Facebook Gaming, which now also serves as the home of Jeremy "Disguised Toast" Wang, known for League of Legends among other games. According to , he will continue posting videos on , but he'll no longer be on Twitch.
Barrios previously retired from pro-gaming until he returned in October 2018 to play in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate competitions. He even set a world record after a 56-event win streak from 2014 to 2015. The former Twitch streamer has revealed his move on Facebook (of course), announcing that hisfor the platform will take place on December 3rd at 1PM EST. He'll be putting Facebook's charity-giving tools to good use -- the social network the ability to do gaming charity livestreams in late 2018 -- and raise funds for the National Alliance on Mental Illness.
In addition to Barrios, Facebook Gaming has also signed Spain-based creatorsand . Their addition to the platform's roster shows the company is on a mission to capture more gaming audiences outside of English-speaking countries.
This streamer exploded the world record playing 19 hours a day for 1 month!
A streamer has just broken the world record for the number of hours streamed in 1 month with 572 hours of live! A pretty incredible performance but that raises some questions about the state of health of the streamers after this kind of marathon.
If you like to walkto discover streamers, you must have seen the name "GiantWaffle" come back last month. This American streamer just beat .
Andrew "GiantWaffle" Bodine streamed 19 hours a day on average for 1 month to arrive at the crazy total of 572 hours and 44 minutes of live! An incredible performance that is now the new record of the platform and the world. To get there, the streamer has placed cameras everywhere in his apartment. So,or that he was elsewhere that in front of his screen, he was always live.
I love sleep.- GiantWaffle (@GiantWaffle) Twitch: It stream 19h a day for 1 month and beats the world record
But this performance requires many sacrifices and primarily, sleep. In 1 month, "GiantWaffle" slept 3:30 per night on average. A very low number of hours which almost made the streamer give up several times. But he has finally stood firm and will now be able to take a good week to recover. Andrew "GiantWaffle" Bodine has already announced that he will be back live quickly, but this time with a lighter schedule.newsletter
Modder makes the GameCube Joy-Cons you've always wanted for your Switch .
If you're a veteran Nintendo gamer, you've likely dreamed of using a GameCube controller with the Switch -- if just to recreate that 2001 vibe of playing Super Smash Bros. Melee in the family den. For mod creator Shank, that's now a practical reality. The hardware enthusiast has torn apart a Wavebird wireless controller to turn into a pair of Joy-Cons that share nearly all the functionality of the official controllers, including the tiny shoulder buttons used for shared-screen multiplayer (it's as awkward as you'd expect, Shank said). About the only thing missing is infrared.