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Show Love With Half-Off Subscriptions During Twitch's SUBtember

Two of the biggest streaming platforms are taking strides to create more engaging experiences for both streamers and viewers. YouTube just revealed their Ultra-Latency mode and Twitch cut out the middle man to dynamic stream content with their new Extensions platform. Both of these changes put fans at the forefront and, for Twitch, the timing couldn't be better. SUBtember is live and new subscribers can support their favorite content creators for half the usual price while the streamers still receive the full amount.
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