Valve’s Twitch Competitor,, Accidentally Goes Public

Discussion in '[H]ard|OCP Front Page News' started by Megalith, Aug 18, 2018.

  1. Megalith

    Megalith 24-bit/48kHz Staff Member

    Aug 20, 2006
    Valve accidentally “launched” its Twitch competitor yesterday, and CNET managed to get a peek at its interface before it was taken down. The UI is reminiscent of Steam Chat but with more options, such as the ability to invite friends to watch videos together. It also includes built-in voice chat for Chrome browsers.

    A Valve representative told CNET that went live by accident and was meant to be an internal test as of today: "We are working on updating Steam Broadcasting for the Main Event of The International, Dota 2's annual tournament. What people saw was a test feed that was inadvertently made public," said the company.
  2. ZLoth

    ZLoth Gawd

    Apr 13, 2010
    Yet another Valve project..... it'll launch with great hype, then be quickly forgotten as Gabe pursues the next shiney object.
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  3. BloodyIron

    BloodyIron 2[H]4U

    Jul 11, 2005
    Yeah I guess The International 8 setting all time high prize pool means DotA 2 is dead...

    Yes, VALVe fails, everyone has failures. That doesn't mean they don't also succeed. Which they clearly do.