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Twitch takes on YouTube, allows uploads of pre-recorded content

Twitch has taken another step towards direct competition with YouTube. Twitch’s plans to overtake YouTube in video traffic is no secret. The Amazon-company has been adding more and more services, traditionally available only on YouTube, to the list of things streamers can do on the site. Twitch streamers previously archived their shows to YouTube, but […]
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