Twitch currently has over two million broadcasters and 100 million monthly viewers, and these latest moves represent perhaps the biggest threat to YouTube yet.
Until today, the vast amount of video content on Twitch was devoted to gaming. Now, the service is giving its content creators a way to expand what they talk about, besides streaming Minecraft videos, via the new “IRL” channel. Twitch says that users can post either live or recorded videos where they can talk about nearly everything they want. There will be certain restrictions, though. Videos with unattended content won’t be allowed, neither will adult-only content.
Twitch Official Blog Said:-
Mobile Broadcasting — Share Live Video on the Go
Next year, we will launch native streaming from the Twitch mobile app. This is designed to help you stay in touch with your community even when you’re AFK. Want to stream while roaming the expo floor at PAX West? Go for it! When mobile broadcasting launches, it will default to the IRL category. If you’d like to help us test it, please fill out this form for a chance to be added to a closed beta.