The race is onn! YouTube Gaming is trying it’s level best to keep up with its fierce competitor, Twitch.
YouTube gaming is slowly becoming a major platform for gamers to stream content. In the past month we have seen some of the biggest names in the streaming world move away from Twitch to join YouTube Gaming.
TimTheTatman and Dr Lupo are few amongst the many former Twitch streamers who have joined YouTube Gaming in exclusive deals.
YouTube Gaming introduced the highly-demanded ‘subscriber only’ mode for streams in May 2021. And guess what? There’s much more to come.
‘YouTube’s Sort Of Prime’
The eSports organization 100 Thieves’ co-owner Valkyrae has now revealed that YouTube Gaming is working on its own kind of Twitch Prime experience for users.
Rachell ‘Valkyrae’ Hofstetter is one of the biggest names in the streaming community and if she has revealed something about YouTube Gaming’s upcoming features, it certainly means we can expect them.
“We don’t have a Prime yet,” she said, “[but] YouTube is working on gifted members and some sort of Prime that’s not a Prime.”
What Will It Include?
While Twitch Prime, now called Prime Gaming offers a lot of benefits and perks to members, it remains to be seen what YouTube’s version of Prime would include for the members.
YouTube’s Global Head of Gaming Ryan ‘Fwiz’ Wyatt has already said that a lot of highly-requested features will be coming soon.
Valkyrae’s Recent Apology
Talking about ‘Valkyrae’ Hofstetter, she is hailed as one of the top female streamers on Twitch. Recently, one of her tweets caused her fans to go and attack a random user.
The situation escalated so much that Valkyrae fans started giving death threats to the random user. This is when the streamer decided to step in.
Valkyrae took responsibility for her mistake and apologized on stream. But what really happened? You can read the full story here.
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