The Amazon-owned platform has the highest number of ‘broadcasters’ and, more importantly, viewers watching, chatting and donating in real-time. For most full-time streamers, switching to any other platform felt like economic suicide.
Then, on August 1st, the most popular and recognizable gamer in the West, Tyler “Ninja” Blevins, signed an exclusive streaming deal with Mixer, a rival platform owned by Microsoft. read more @ https://www.engadget.com
Mixer and Facebooking Gaming both have 3% of the live streaming market each in 2019. That’s up from 2018 when they both only had 1%. Their growth, however, is not zero-sum. Twitch, YouTube Gaming, Facebook Gaming, and Mixer all saw year-over-year growth in hours watched.