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Default Opposable Thumbs / Gaming & Entertainment How livestreaming has changed gaming cultu

Ars Technica has an article up today discussing how the big video services YouTube and Twitch have changed the gaming culture. Good or bad this popular entertainment avenue seems to growing so we better get used to it.


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This morning, our first Ars Unite 2015 feature took a look at how the rise of Twitch and other gaming livestream sites have changed the way that games are being developed. This afternoon, Culture Editor Sam Machkovech joined me for a livestreamed YouTube chat that veered more into the way Twitch and its ilk are affecting gaming culture.

This cultural change has extended to developers themselves, as Sam noted when discussing his visits to many game studios in the Seattle area. "I can't tell you how many times I go to one of these offices and I see a third monitor on a developer's' desk devoted to Twitch," he said. "I've seen that at Valve, I've seen that at Turn 10, I've seen that at 343 Industries. Game developers have just taken to leaving Twitch streams on of their favorite games... They are slowly becoming as fluent as their fans [in Twitch]."



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