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Twitch launches public and private chat rooms for streamers [The Verge]

ALTABA INC (AABA)  More Company Research Source: The Verge
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PDF Borrowing from Discord and Slack Amazon-owned streaming giant Twitch today announced the launch of a chat room feature that will exist outside the standard Twitch chat that lives on the righthand side of live streams. The company is calling the new product Rooms, and these chats will be both public and private chats streamers can set up for viewers and subscribers to interact with a streamer and each other around dedicated topics or themes. For instance, a streamer could set up a chat room specifically for subscribers only and leave it open 24 hours a day, even when that streamer is not live, so discussions can take place at around the clock and even when the channel is inactive. Twitch first announced the feature back at its annual developer and fan conference, TwitchCon, in October of last year. Starting today, Rooms will be available for all users worldwide on the web and on mobile, with the feature coming to Twitch’s desktop client some time in the near future, the [Read more]

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