Twitter is a social networking platform that allows its users to send and read micro-blogs of up to 280-characters known as “tweets”. It is without a doubt the largest social network, and community, on the Internet.
Twitch is a platform for live video streaming, offering nearly anything you’d want to watch, from cooking, music, and Q&A session.Twitch Integrations
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Triggers every time the specified user likes a tweet.
Triggers every time you create a new tweet.
Triggers whenever your chosen user gets a new follower.
Triggers whenever you gain a new follower.
Triggers from mention of search term in a specific geo location.
Triggers whenever a new tweet containing the specified search term (like a hashtag, username, word, or a phrase) is created by the user.
Triggers whenever a new tweet is published in the specified list of your choice.
Triggers every time a specific user tweets.
Triggers when you receive a new follower on Twitch.
Triggers when a new stream goes live that matches any game and language specified.
Triggers when a live stream starts from streamers you specify.
A user is added to one of your lists.
Includes an image in the tweet.
Composes a tweet.
Twitter and Twitch are both social media sites that have a lot of history. Twitter was founded in 2006, and it’s a website where you can post updates about your day, your opinions, things you like, etc. Twitch was founded in 2011, and it’s a website where people can livestream themselves performing any number of activities.
With that being said, what do these two websites have in common? They’re both social media sites, but they both have different purposes. Twitter is used to share thoughts and opinions, and Twitch is used to live stream one’s play of video games. With the integration of these two sites, this would allow for a very interactive community. You could fplow your favorite streamers and interact with them directly through the site. An example we could see is if we had an eSports match and you could go on Twitter and Twitch and talk to others during it. It would be a much more personal experience since you would be able to actually talk to the streamer as he/she plays.
Let’s say that there was an eSports tournament going on, and you wanted to talk to other viewers as they watched the game. The current way of doing this is by using Twitter, but with Twitch’s integration with Twitter, everyone could comment about the match right there on the website. This will make it so that even those who don’t have Twitter can still easily communicate with each other about their games and tournaments. They could also talk about their favorite players and teams and what they think of their play style. The possibilities are endless.
Another situation that would come out of the integration of Twitter and Twitch would be if there were a popular streamer having a bad day. Maybe they lost a game or did something silly, so you want to tweet them about it. But how do you get in touch with them? If Twitter was integrated with Twitch then you could just direct message him/her on Twitter. This will allow people to contact their favorite streamers easily without having to use any separate website.
Overall, I believe that Twitter should be integrated with Twitch because it will allow for better communication between streamers and viewers while they watch their favorite games or tournaments. If you ever wanted to ask your favorite player a question while he/she played, then this is the perfect way for you to do it.
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