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Ninja is back on Twitch

After the closure of Mixer and a brief visit to YouTube, the most famous streamer in the world returns to the platform that launched it. Ninja has signed a multi-year exclusive deal with Twitch. Was...

Shroud is officially back on Twitch

It's official: Shroud is back on Twitch. The famous streamer returns to the Amazon streaming platform, abandoned just under a year ago following the signing of an exclusive agreement with Mixer. With...

Microsoft will remove its advertisements from Facebook

Microsoft has also joined the initiative undertaken by several large multinationals to force Facebook to change its moderation methods. As announced by marketing director Chris Capossela, the Windows multinational will not buy ...

Tencent ready to launch Trovo, its streaming platform

Entering the world of live streaming is undoubtedly a risky choice, especially considering that we are dealing with a giant like Twitch. One example is Mixer, the attempt ...

Mixer closes: will flow into Facebook Gaming

Microsoft closes Mixer, its streaming platform. The shutdown is scheduled for July 22 when all its partners have been transferred (if they wish) to the Facebook Gaming platform. The transition is already ...

Mixer paid Ninja between $ 20 and $ 30 million

In August 2019, well-known streamer Tyler Blevins (known as Ninja) signed an exclusive deal with Mixer, leaving Twitch and taking his huge audience with him. It was clear that Microsoft had paid ...

Microsoft - Mike Ybarra leaves the company after 20 years

Microsoft and the Xbox brand say goodbye to Mike Ybarra. Ybarra leaves the company after a career spanning 20 years. If you are an Xbox fan, surely you know Mike Ybarra, one of the key figures of the brand ...

Ninja explains the reasons that prompted him to switch from Twitch to Mixer

Ninja's manager and wife explained the reasons that led the famous Ninja streamer to abandon Twitch in favor of Mixer.

Discord enters the world of streaming

Discord announced that it will soon implement a feature that will allow it to stream its games directly from the computer's desktop app.

I'm your man - Review

Can a robot have feelings for a human creature? This is a question that, over the years, science fiction has ...

The Dark Pictures Anthology: House Of Ashes - Review

In October there are three things that, for ordinary people, are now guaranteed: the change of season, the arrival of a party (for some ...

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