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Mojichat is partnering with Streamlabs to create customized emotes of streamers

Mojichat is partnering with Streamlabs to create customized emotes of streamers Mojichat, the Los Angeles startup which makes full-body, animated emojis, is launching a partnership with Streamlabs to offer gamers an opportunity to sell customized emojis to fans and potential sponsors. Viewers can create customized Mojichat emotes that can be displayed in […]

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Trump gets on Twitch

Trump gets on Twitch The reelection campaign will be livestreamed. US president Donald Trump has joined Amazon-owned livestreaming platform Twitch. Twitch is best known as a social video streaming platform for gamers but does host other content, including politics. The verified DonaldTrump Twitch account, spotted earlier by Reuters, has just one video […]

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On the strength of its Mixer partnership, streaming toolkit developer Lightstream raises $8 million

On the strength of its Mixer partnership, streaming toolkit developer Lightstream raises million Lightstream, a Chicago-based company which develops tools to augment livestreams, has raised $8 million in new funding as it looks to add monitoring, management, and monetization services to its suite of editing technologies. Last year, the company inked a […]

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FanAI buys Waypoint Media to better track fan engagement for streaming monetization

FanAI buys Waypoint Media to better track fan engagement for streaming monetization FanAI, an audience analysis platform for eSports and streaming, is buying New York-based Waypoint Media to improve its analytics tools for eSports players and streamers. The deal means that Waypoint’s Twitch Middleware API and the “Raven” tracking and URL shortener will […]

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No one should be surprised that pirates hijacked the Logan Paul/KSI boxing match on Twitch

No one should be surprised that pirates hijacked the Logan Paul/KSI boxing match on Twitch Over the weekend, pirates made off with millions in potential YouTube revenues by hijacking the live-streams of its pay-per-view “boxing” match between YouTube celebrities Logan Paul and KSI and broadcasting them on the rival streaming platform Twitch. The theft […]

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