Twitch introduces Communities


Twitch has today that they have launched a new feature of their site called Communities, an open beta directory that allows creators and viewers to better discover and share great content based on their specific interests.

From today onwards, users will be given access to a suite of tools to allow them to curate the content they see. Community leaders may customize the landing page, appoint moderators, establish a rules list, and feature current broadcasts for maximum discoverability.

Sounds like a solid move to make relevant streams more reachable.

Source: Twitch announces Communities | Asia Pacific games industry news | MCV Pacific

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