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30% of all Twitch livestreams came from an Xbox One last month
30% of all Twitch livestreams came from an Xbox One last month
April 1, 2014 | By Mike Rose

April 1, 2014 | By Mike Rose
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Xbox One finally received Twitch livestreaming in March -- and today Microsoft announced that, at its peak on March 11, 30 percent of all Twitch broadcasters were streaming from an Xbox One.

During the first week of broadcasting on Xbox One, there was a total of 108,000 unique broadcaster from the console, accounting for 22 percent of Twitch's broadcaster base, added the company.

Of course, Twitch streaming for Xbox One launched alongside Titanfall -- and Microsoft notes that 10 million minutes of Titanfall have been streamed from Xbox One to date. Overall, nearly 23 million minutes have been broadcast from Twitch on Xbox One since launch.

It's worth comparing these stats to those of the PlayStation 4. For example, Sony said back in January that nearly 20 percent of all broadcasts during the holiday break were from PS4 consoles.


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John Purdy
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30% of all Twitch livestreams came from an Xbox One, but how many viewers were there to watch them. 30% of all of the livestreams doesn't really mean anything if no one is actually watching them

Zach Grant
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I would guess a very very high number of all Twitch streams get zero viewers. Who wants to watch some random person play a game? It takes a good amount of time to build up a reputation and a unique personality to draw in an audience. If no one is watching Xbox streams that probably means that there are no interesting streaming personalities, not any jab against Xbox. Heck there are some streamers I watch who play games I don't play, just to learn a deeper understanding of game systems. Watching random people cuss into their headsets... no thanks.

Justin Kovac
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The other nice feature about it is when a friend comes online they can easily start watching you and join your current game from there.

Eric Geer
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All I was thinking was " 108,000 unique broadcasters " broadcasting Titanfall isn't very unique.


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