Players streaming games on services like Twitch are a big deal for contemporary game developers, and the folks behind Gamoloco are hoping to capitalize on that value by offering a service that lets you track who's streaming your game where, for how long, and how many people are watching.
The Gamoloco platform is currently tracking stats (average number of concurrent viewers, channel broadcast time, etc.) harvested via API from Twitch, Azubu, Hitbox, and other livestreaming services, with more to come as the service evolves.
It's also currently in open beta and thus free for anyone to access, though that will change once it progresses to a closed beta testing period ahead of a proper launch.
While it's worth noting that Gamoloco doesn't track all stats from all games and channels -- it currently only pulls data from the top 5,000 channels on Twitch, for example -- it still manages to offer a broad view of where your game is being played, as well as a level of livestream stat tracking (seen below, in a Gamoloco report on top games streamed in June) that exceeds that afforded by a service like Twitch.