Twitch seems to have picked up most of Mixer’s streamers

Twitch seems to have picked up most of Mixer’s streamers

Streamers have now started flocking to the Twitch platform from Mixer post the announcements made in June that confirmed that this live streaming service owned by Microsoft is deemed to shut down. As per the latest reports, it has been learned that the broadcast hour share owned by Twitch on the prime platforms for live-streaming has now jumped as much as 14 percent during this quarter.

This has taken away the identical mark brought in by Mixer in the previous year. As Mixer is out of this picture, Twitch has now benefitted from the 91.1 percent hours that were being spent on these platforms in the months between July 2020 and September 2020.

This data was provided and compiled by Stream Hatchet and Streamlabs, which is a company that looks into the streaming activity on platforms such as Facebook Gaming, YouTube, as well as Twitch. During this very period, Facebook Gaming also gained quite a streaming hike going from 2.4 percent to 3.4 percent, while YouTube bounced back to 5.5 percent, coming from a high of 6.7.

Twitch bagged this particular game, given the fact that Facebook committed seriously to picking up the streamers dedicated to the Mixer platform.