Microsoft is throwing in the towel for Mixer.
Microsoft has announced that it is shutting Mixer down and partnering with Facebook Gaming, meaning streamers like Ninja and Shroud are free to return to Twitch. In an interview with The Verge, Xbox boss Phil Spencer offered some clarity as to why Microsoft decided to cease operations for its streaming service.“We started pretty far behind, [
Microsoft is shutting down its videogame streaming venture Mixer, announcing it will instead migrate its streaming community to Facebook Gaming. The move, which will take effect July 22, is expected to enable a number of high-profile streaming personalities from the gaming world to potentially return to Amazon-owned Twitch. Tyler “Ninja” Blevins, Cory “King Gothalion” Michael, [
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Microsoft’s sudden decision to wind down Mixer has left its streaming community in an unexpected position. The platform’s biggest stars, Tyler “Ninja” Blevins and Michael “Shroud” Grzesiek, both left Twitch and signed exclusivity deals the previous y
Microsoft Corp.’s Xbox unit will shut down its Mixer video-game streaming service after failing to attract a large global user base and will recommend players and audiences shift to Facebook Inc.’s streaming site.
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