Just Chatting cements itself as the top category on Twitch, and Facebook Gaming sees substantial growth.
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the closure of Mixer resulted in a significant shakeup for the livestreaming landscape last month.
A pro-Trump subreddit has also been closed, an unprecedented move for the historically hands-off platform. Image credit: Joe Raedle/Getty Images
Are streamers the new pop culture icons? StreamElements CEO Doron Nir weighs in.
League of Legends and Escape From Tarkov saw impressive spikes in viewership on Twitch last month.
For creators like MayaHiga (pictured above), streaming is about more than just video games.
SuperData's report on 2019 shows digital game spending climbed 3% with Epic's Fortnite generating $1.8 billion alone.
StreamElements has released its newest State of the Stream report, dissecting the biggest trends of the year.
After losing several prominent streamers, Twitch has opened its piggybank to ensure it retains three popular ones going forward, signing them to exclusive, multiyear deals.
CouRage's exclusivity agreement with YouTube marks the fourth major departure from Twitch this year, and the third in under two weeks. (Photo: Matt Shouse/YouTube)