Streaming Media Keynote: Twitch Streams Gaming Videos to Millions
“Gaming is a social experience,” said Matthew Szatmary, senior video encoding engineer with Twitch, delivering the opening day keynote address at Streaming Media East in New York City. Exactly how social was an eye-opener.
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