Google Stadia Will Now Feature YouTube Livestreaming

One of the biggest aspects of Google Stadia that got many people talking about it when it was first announced in 2019 was the fact that it would be a new place where people could experience YouTube live streams in perhaps a much more immersive manner. While it did take a while for the feature to be rolled out, prompting some to wonder if the announcement had just been a marketing gimmick that Google was struggling to deliver on, we are finally seeing some signs of a rollout that has already begun and might just turn into a widespread rollout very soon.

There are going to be a lot of options that content creators can take advantage of in this regard. In fact, content creators might just end up benefiting the most from this new rollout because of the fact that this is the sort of thing that could potentially end up allowing them to reach a far larger number of viewers than might have been the case otherwise as well as giving them more control over who sees their content and what kind of content they can end up getting access to in the first place as well.

With all of that having been said and now out of the way, it is important to note that it is not yet known what took the rollout so long. Regardless of why the delay occurred, most people are going to overjoyed that it is finally over with content creators in particular being quite excited about the possibilities that it brings them in terms of live streaming games to people. It will also pose some stiff competition to Twitch which has seen its dominance in the live streaming scene challenged by Google as well as Facebook’s foray into live streaming along with Microsoft’s Mixr and the like.


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