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WATCH: NBA player Devin Booker learned about the season’s suspension due to the coronavirus pandemic while playing ‘Call of Duty’ li...
"What the f--- bro? What is going on?" said NBA point guard Devin Booker when he learned about the league's suspension while streaming "Call of Duty."
‘The biggest mistake of my entire life’: A Twitch streamer was banned after firing a gun during a livestream inside his house
The video shows the Twitch streamer brandishing a pistol. Suddenly, the gun goes off, blasting debris off of his desk as he recoils.
Atrium, the legal software startup founded by Twitch creator Justin Kan, is reportedly shutting down and returning some of its funding to investors
Earlier this year, Atrium announced that it would restructure its services and let go of most of its in-house lawyers.
3 YouTubers with more than 5 million combined subscribers opened up about how they never know if someone is using them for ‘clout’
Manny MUA, Plumbella, and Kaiser Coby spoke about balance, safety, and brand deals during a panel at this year's VidCon London.
We're anticipating all the Twitch Prime perks that Amazon will be dropping for Prime Day 2020, from new content to live-streamed exhibitions.
See — and hear — what a $3,500 custom mechanical keyboard built for "Fornite" Twitch streamer Tfue is like.
Ninja reportedly got paid between $20 million and $30 million by Microsoft to leave Amazon’s Twitch streaming service
Tyler "Ninja" Blevins reportedly enjoyed a $20 million to $30 million payday on his exclusivity deal with Microsoft. Not too shabby!
YouTube just scored a major victory in its battle with Amazon’s Twitch for esports supremacy, thanks to the company behind ‘Call of Duty...
Google and Activision Blizzard just announced an exclusive deal that will make Overwatch, Call of Duty and other popular esports exclusive to YouTube.
Amazon’s wildly popular video game streaming service, Twitch, is no longer the biggest game in town: These are all the stars who have signed exc...
Amazon owns and operates Twitch, the most popular live video streaming service in the world. But its biggest stars are jumping ship.
Rachell "Valkyrae" Hofstetter, Elliott "Muselk" Watkins and Lannan "LazarBeam" Eacott will now stream content exclusively for YouTube.