Valve Accidentally Launched An Apparent Twitch Competitor | Viral Tech

According to the latest reports, the well-known American video game developer and digital distribution company, of course, I am talking about the an (Twitch a live streaming video platform owned by Twitch Interactive, a subsidiary of Amazon).

Valve Accidentally Launched An Apparent Twitch Competitor

There are platforms that have a huge success despite the concept being a bit strange. Have you ever imagined connecting to the Internet simply to see and comment on YouTube-style, online games? It is based on the concept that there are platforms, as is the case of Twitch, which has huge success.

Recently, the well-known American video game developer and digital distribution company, of course, I am talking about the Valve which has launched its new service, known as Steam.TV platform, So, is this a true competitor of Twitch?

Some say Steam.TV was accidentally released by the well-known American video game developer and digital distribution company, of course, I am talking about the Valve. The truth is that the service remains online and can be accessed from here. On the other hand, the platform continues to broadcast the official Dota 2 championship.

But, what is Steam.tv?

Steam.tv, although the name may lead you to think that it’s a TV service, but, actually it is not a TV service, basically, it is a platform that allows you to view and comment on online games.

As its much of the screen of this service is occupied by the video and on the side there is a style of chat where everyone can comment the strategies, ways to play or simply appear to give an opinion.

Chat also allows you to create private chat rooms and the possibility to share files and even use the microphone for sending messages as well.

Now, to use the platform of the well-known American video game developer and digital distribution company, of course, I am talking about the Valve, Steam.TV simply you have to create or have a Steam account.

For now, it is only available via the Web but mobile applications are likely to be available. As mentioned, for now only available the DOTA 2 channel that transmits the event The International (the most important event of Dota 2).

Can Steam.TV hit Twitch?

Taking into account the strength of the well-known American video game developer and digital distribution company, of course, I am talking about the Valve in the segment of the games this could happen.

However, it is worth remembering that currently the Twitch platform is used monthly by more than 140 million subscribers, with daily more than 15 million that make use of the platform.

So, what do you think about this new platform of the well-known American video game developer and digital distribution company, of course, I am talking about the Valve? Simply share all your views and thoughts in the comment section below.

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