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Google Announces YouTube Gaming to Compete With Amazon’s Twitch

Google announced that it is all set to launch a live streaming gaming service called “YouTube Gaming”. This service will be available to the mobile users as well as the desktop users in the form of an app and a website as well. It will be focusing exclusively on gamers and gaming.

Google said that games accounting to over 25,000 will each have their own page on the site. They will bring videos and live streams about various titles together in a single space. Additionally, users will also be allowed to add games to their collection for quick access, receive suggestions on new games based on the games and channels they follow as well as subscribe to channels.

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To be called YouTube Gaming, the site will look to compete with video service giants like Twitch and Steam Broadcasting. While Twitch is an Amazon-owned streaming service that allows gaming fans to watch, interact with live broadcasts of other gamers playing games, Steam Broadcasting, which is less popular, caters to PC gamers. Know the Google tricks and secrets only from

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Joyce noted that if a user began searching for the word “call” on the YouTube Gaming app, the military shooter “Call of Duty,” not the Carly Rae Jepsen tune “Call Me Maybe” would appear first. YouTube will also seek to make it easier for users to broadcast live and competitive gaming, known as e-sports, by creating singular links that can be shared and be removing the need to schedule a broadcast.

“When I look at where YouTube is weaker in the gaming content space, I think live and e-sports,” said Ryan Wyatt, YouTube’s global head of gaming content, in an interview last month. “In the coming weeks, you’re going to see us make improvements to our live product, and we do want to invest in e-sports from a content perspective. In some ways, it’s still nascent, but there is something to say about the future of e-sports, and we definitely want to be part of it.”

As per a tweet from its official account, YouTube Gaming will be rolled out on the web, tablets as well as mobile phones across Android and iOS operating systems.

The YouTube Gaming service will be launched this summer in the United States and the UK initially. The service should be going live in the next few months, as Google has already revealed its plans for demonstrating it at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) expo from 16-18 June at the Los Angeles Convention Center.

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