The Xbox One will feature Twitch integration at release, Microsoft announced at their E3 press briefing today. This means that Xbox Live Gold subscribers will be able to upload their gameplay videos directly to Twitch, and they can also stream Twitch content hassle-free on the Xbox One.
If you'd rather watch video games than play them on your console, Twitch.tv has the app for you, available for Xbox Live gold subscribers today. The app makes the top 300 live channels available for spectating. No streaming from the 360, only viewing. There'll be more at the next Xbox reveal in a week.
At GDC today, YouTube basically said it has seen how many people are watching other people play games on services like Twitch.tv, and is now serious about getting in on that action.
Day one of PAX East is behind us, but don't fret—there's still Saturday and Sunday remaining. And even if you're not in Boston you can watch some of the highlights thanks to Twitch.tv's two simultaneous streams.
League of Legends draws in some of the most enthusiastic, and biggest crowd of eSports gamers.
Twitch.tv user Oddler set out to marathon a chunk of the Resident Evil franchise for 72 hours, boasting no sleep in the title of his stream.
Are you somewhere other than PAX this year? Then let PAX come to you. The folks at Twitch TV are livestreaming soooo much of the show. Check out a lot of PAX without getting out of your chair, via the livestreams below: