Twitch is one of the biggest gaming communities out there right now. It has seen an astronomical rise in popularity ever since the game streaming service appeared on the scene, so much so that it ended up being acquired by a major company. Twitch continues to function independently and remains the go-to source for many gamers wishing to stream their sessions or check out what other gamers are playing. Now they can do that on the Roku platform.
Roku announced today that Twitch is now available for free on Roku players in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Republic of Ireland as well as Roku TV models in the U.S. and Canada.
Twitch will appear as a channel in Roku players and users can fire it up to view the most popular gameplay broadcasts of the day, they can also browse live broadcasts filtered by game, and even follow their favorite broadcasters.
At any time users will find hundreds of broadcasts from some of the most popular titles, such as Counter Strike, League of Legends, Minecraft and many more.
Twitch also organizes tournaments and other events which are also streamed through its service, they will also be accessible through Twitch on Roku in the aforementioned supported markets. Twitch is now available in the Roku Channel Store.