Who wants to sit and watch people play video games all day? Millions of people, it turns out. Live-streaming website Twitch is quickly becoming the biggest thing in video games, with more than 100 million unique monthly viewers who come to watch the wealth of professional tournaments, gaming talk shows and casual solo sessions that the site's 1.5 million broadcasters offer.
Twitch's biggest streamers are a new breed of Internet celebrity, with legions of dedicated fans who tune in daily to watch them dominate League of Legends matches or hilariously scream their way through horror games. Many of these personalities have a litany of sponsors and hundreds of thousands of social media followers — two traits more typical of a pro athlete than someone who plays video games for a living.
But while only a lucky few make it to the NBA or the NFL, anyone with a decent PC (or certain game consoles) can be a Twitch streamer. If you want to take a shot at Twitch stardom,
here's everything you need to know, from basic hardware requirements to tips from the pros on keeping viewers happy.
Twitch streaming apps
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