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Take-Two among Twitch’s Series C funders

Streaming games TV service Twitch has announced a further $20m worth of investment. Interestingly, Take-Two are named amongst the companies who contributed to the Series C funding, although details of the level of its investment have not been disclosed. The money will be used to grow the company’s sales division …

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Zattikka has officially entered administration

Zattikka has entered administration after struggling to pay off its debts. Last month the firm revealed it was struggling to meet a loan payment of 275,000 to developer Hattrick, and was given a deadline of August 2nd to make the payment. As a result of some subsequent the sales the …

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Twitch and Steam agree video streaming deal

Video broadcasting service Twitch has signed a new deal to link up with Valve’s digital distribution platform Steam. Users of both Steam and Twitch can now tie together both of their accounts, allowing players to watch video streams outside of a game. The news mainly affects DOTA2 players, who will …

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SONY: Gaikai to stream PS3 games on PS4 in 2014

Cloud streaming service Gaikai will allow the streaming of a select number of PS3 games on the PS4 from the start of 2014. Announcing the news at its E3 press conference, Sony said that the service wouldn’t be available straight away at the console’s launch, but would arrive at a …

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Microsoft tipped to take the streaming war to Sony

Fresh rumours suggest that Microsoft will use tonight’s Xbox reveal to announce a fresh drive toward cloud gaming. The Wall Street Journal says that Microsoft has, amongst other things, significantly explored the possibilities of cloud gaming. The tech could be used not only to play instant on-demand back-catalogue Xbox 360 …

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Twitch records strong growth, attracts 28m users in February

Justin.tv owned gaming video service Twitch has posted some very impressive numbers for February 2013. Last month the site hosted over 600,000 unique broadcasters that between them attracted 28m unique users. More impressively, each of these users watched an average of over 1.5 hours of video… every day. Twitch launched …

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