Airtime -- part social network, part texting, part videoconference -- now lets Twitch fans create rooms to watch video-game streams with a select group of friends
Fans of Twitch's live-streaming gamers now can "cheer" them on in chat rooms with animated icons, ranging in cost from a couple of pennies to $140, in a new tipping system.
From CNET Magazine: Twitch fans love watching speedrunners blast through their favorite video games in record time.
The new "Amazon Lumberyard" is described as a "full-featured" engine for big and small games alike.
How to go live from Open Broadcaster Software on Twitch.
Save your streaming sessions forever!
How to test your stream's audio before you go live.
Look like a real Twitch streamer with a custom graphic or overlay.
How to make your video feed look better with lights.
How to set up your first Open Broadcaster Software 'scene' with a webcam's video feed.