Twitch Announces Support For New Twitch Creative Community

Posted: Oct 30 2015, 8:32am CDT | by , in News | Technology News

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Twitch is announcing its total support for a Twitch Creative community that’s growing on the platform, and they have launched a set of innovative features to enable artists among others do what they know how to do best.

Partnering with Adobe to get things rolling for talented artists among other site users, the firm reworked a new landing page for its Creative section, and here users can find a Featured Video carousel that is designed to highlight top-rated creative broadcasts for all users on the platform to see and appreciate.

Launched nearly two months ago, users on Twitch will also be able to now use a dedicated tagging system within the Creative category which is made to assist broadcasters in knowing what they have been doing, such as #watercolor, #animation, #robotics, and #drawing. This is a new development on Twitch and it is expected that the community of users should love it.

To this extent, the firm has updated its Rules of Conduct to portray the new innovations going on in Twitch.

And the head of Twitch Creative, Bill, provides that “we encourage you to broadcast your creative process on Twitch, be that visual art, woodworking, costume creation, prop building, music composition, or any other process in which you entertain and connect around the creative activity. We understand that this is vague. We expect to learn much about what is, and what is not, appropriate for Twitch as the community grows.”

Twitch came into existence sometime before 2007, but really started getting active when they observed a community of video gamers share their passion for video games live on social media. So the founders of Twitch ramped up support for this video gaming community and the rest is history, because the platform now has millions of people broadcasting their works and creativities on Twitch.

The platform allows builders, crafters, and other artists to broadcast their creative processes on Twitch, and the only requirement to do this is to allow your engagement and passion to show through your work.

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