game streaming

Ubisoft and Parsec Partnership

Ubisoft has gone deeper and farther into the world of game streaming by joining hands with new Parsec partnership. Game streaming and Ubisoft are no strangers given the past with Google Stadia but now it seems that Ubisoft is comfortable exploring and expanding this technology with new partners like Parsec.

In a blog written by Parsec, this multi-year will see Ubisoft using Parsec’s platform and technology to “power in-game experiences, demos, events and other projects.”

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Live game streaming Q2 report

Now lets talk number shall we, Twitch recorded approximately 5.2 billion hours in Q2, a jump of 56% when compared with Q1. The peak was recorded in April with a whopping 1.8 billion watch hours which eventually took a bit of decline path over May and June. But when contrasted with Q1, all three months were well ahead.

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Live-streaming companies Huya and DouYu drive cloud-based gaming in China

You say, Huya and DouYu? What about it, is it in China? So Huya recently introduced its Yowa cloud gaming service, following rival DouYu’s launch of its own cloud games platform in March. But here comes a very funny fact; both companies are controlled by Tencent Holdings, which runs the world’s largest video games business by revenue.

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Mixer live streaming is dead, and here is why

Mixer Live Streaming is dead. Yes, you are reading this well! Could you imagine that thousands and thousands of people finding out that they lost their job over a single tweet? Ladies and gentlemen, this was a low move by Mixer, unbelievable! Let’s talk about the shut down of Mixer. Microsoft is shutting down Mixer…

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