By combining tech with better policy, streaming platforms like Twitch and YouTube could become more pleasant for gamers.
Using OBS and a free captioning service, you can make your streams friendlier for people with hearing challenges.
Project xCloud will join Xbox Game Pass in September for no extra costs, letting you stream those games from the cloud.
Sony and Microsoft today announced a vague partnership in which the two companies will use Microsoft's Azure cloud technology for game streaming.
Streamlabs and Newzoo partnered up on an in-depth report about the streaming market. It found YouTube Live and Apex Legends are becoming more notable.
Fancy broadcasting your gameplay for the whole world to see? Here’s how to get started with Twitch, the popular game streaming platform.
The search giant today announced Project Stream, a "technical test" which lets you stream video games to the Chrome web browser on either a desktop or laptop.
Corsair is making moves to break into the lucrative game streaming market. The company announced that it would acquire Elgato Gaming and its lineup of streaming accessories.
AMD announced that LiquidSky, a cloud-based gaming desktop service, committed to adopting AMD’s upcoming Vega GPU architecture to power the machines in its 13 global data centers.
Blizzard and Facebook have teamed up to bring livesgame streaming of Blizzard games to Facebook pages everywhere.
YouTube announced the addition of spatial audio to 360-degree video content. The company also revealed that you can now live stream in 360 degrees.
Razer released a new capture card designed to work with the latest generation of gaming consoles. The Ripsaw capture card is able to record game data in full 1080p resolutions at 60 FPS.
YouTube updated its YouTube Gaming app to incorporate mobile game streaming and recording for use with Android devices.