Microsoft Rebrands Beam To Mixer Game Streaming Service

Posted: May 26 2017, 7:24am CDT | by , in News | Technology News

Microsoft Rebrands Beam to Mixer Game Streaming Service
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Microsoft renames the Beam service to Mixer with an interactive streaming service, mobile app and multiplayer mode

With summer coming up and more gamers seek new adventures and interactive platforms. In that circumstance, James Bohm thought of re-innovating an already established platform. James is the one of the co-founders of Mixer and engineering lead on the platform at Microsoft.

According to Bohm, the previously app known by the name Beam for the Microsoft Xbox was not as outreaching and interactive as they wanted it to be. He said that they discussed about changing the name of the app. They wanted something to represent what they were developing the app into.

Bohm said that they wanted the app’s name to represent the interactive interface they were going to be presenting to their customers. According to James, the title Mixer seemed to represent all their ideas. It was the suitable title for the interface in which they intended to bring people together and mix.

The Mixer app which previously operated as Beam has had some new upgrades. Multiple screen mode is a defining option. The user can chat, play games and share in multiple screen modes at once. They can also actively play game in multiplayer modes together.

They will have a vast choice for choosing options for playing the games. They will also be able to share their chats and game options with each other.

Different gaming companies are developing their benchmark games to adapt to play mode in the Mixer. Mixer is also introducing on iOS and android phones which will be a minimized version of the Mixer library and interactive surface from your PC.

One of the best developments of the Mixer app is that the gamers and people from around the world to interact on the same time frame. There will be no delays of lags in the system.

Mixer co-founder James Bohm and developers will be hosting a Mixer introductory celebration where they will explore the new app, answer questions and inaugurate Mixer to the world.

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