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Tencent-owned Trovo sees 446% increase in number of Russian streamers in wake of their exodus from Twitch
Trovo, a streaming platform owned by Chinese tech giant Tencent, has seen a surge in new users over the last month. This is due to Russian language content creators leaving Twitch in the wake of international sanctions.
Amazon’s unreleased Steam competitor Vapor unveiled in massive leak
Twitch has been hacked by an anonymous leaker, who revealed its source code, streamers’ payout information, and other data. The leak also includes information about a project codenamed Vapor, which seems to be an in-development Steam competitor.
Former Assassin’s Creed III Creative Director: streamers should pay devs for games they stream
Streamers should pay a percentage of their revenue to the developers and publishers of the games they stream, according to Alex Hutchinson, the Montreal Studio Creative Director of Stadia Games and Entertainment. His words generated thousands of angry comments, and Google representatives quickly distanced the company from the controversial statements.
SuperData: “AAA publishers are doing just fine without E3”
With no E3 this year, platform holders and Ubisoft still generated massive viewership numbers on Twitch. In fact, “decentralized announcement events” that big companies had to run this year brought more viewers than E3 2019 did. This is according to Carter Rogers, Principal Analyst at SuperData.