Twitch is Now the Live Streaming Partner of E3; Signs Three Year Deal to Broadcast Event

By Tony Polanco

March 6, 2014

For the next three years, Twitch will be the official streaming home of the Electronic Entertainment Expo. This isn’t much of a surprise given how popular Twitch has become among gamers lately.

Twitch’s E3 channel will be integrated with E3 Insider, and all other parts of the convention’s presence. Twitch will have a booth in the South Hall and its livestream will be displayed on monitors throughout the convention.

Twitch has been getting bigger and bigger these days, especially now that so many PlayStation 4 owners use the service to stream their game sessions (among other things). Twitch will soon allow Xbox One owners as well as Android and iOS devices to stream gameplay. Having an E3 channel on Twitch is a natural fit and should prove successful for everyone involved.

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Tony Polanco

Tony has been a gamer ever since he came to the United States from the Dominican Republic when he was a kid. He's been a geek since he could draw his first breath and will be one until he draws his last. In addition to video games, Tony loves Comic Books, Anime, Science Fiction and Fantasy. If it's geeky then Tony is most likely into it.

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