Twitch Secures $20 Million Ahead of Next-Gen Launch

Twitch Secures $20 Million Ahead of Next-Gen LaunchImage Via: Twitch

Worried no one will watch the hours of footage you’ll upload from your next-gen console? TwitchTV isn't, they secured $20 Million dollars in new funding to expand. Twitch has already inked deals with both Microsoft and Sony to upload content and watch channels on next-gen consoles.

Right now Twitch gets more than 45 million unique monthly visitors but is looking to grow even further by scaling up its sales and infrastructure divisions. If TwitchTV hasn’t hooked you yet check it out, if you like games then there is something for you. It's also a great way to catch competitions from League of Legends to the DOTA 2 International, and Major League Gaming events.

Both the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 will come equipped with digital video recorders that allow gamers to capture their play, commentate over it and upload. This will make recording and uploading content much quicker and easier than previous generations.

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[Via AllThingsDigital]

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