If you do not know much about the world of streaming games, The NYT has a fairly extensive article about how Twitch is seemingly getting a stranglehold on the market over Youtube Gaming, and not much is really said about Facebook's foray into the game streaming world. And while everyone is always talking about the "big guys" when it comes to streaming, some sites are even focusing on streamers that have never been seen....by anyone. As you know, HardOCP has a affinity for streamers that are pushing shooter games that have beautiful engines that stress graphics cards like Hunt: Showdown. As we have gotten more active in supporting that community, it turns out that it is a pretty good community to be part of. Thanks to TheRabbleWrangler for the linkage. Even with the rise of live streaming, gamers have continued to do big business posting recorded videos on YouTube’s main site, which reports 1.8 billion “logged in” users a month, across all types of content. That makes it much larger than Twitch, which claims around 100 million monthly viewers. Mr. Wyatt, the YouTube executive, noted the full scope of YouTube’s gaming content, which includes the videos posted on the main site and the live streams on YouTube Gaming, in comparing it with the Amazon-owned platform.