Youtube Gaming Launches in India


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Gaming videos remain to be one of the most popular genre of videos watched by users worldwide on the Internet. With millions of gamers watching billions of hours of videos every month, Youtube launched ‘Youtube Gaming’ last year in the US and U.K. Now, it has come to India.

If you are not aware of Youtube Gaming, it is a destination that will show videos related to everything about gaming. From Gameplays, to cheat codes to live streaming, Youtube Gaming will keep you connected to your favourite games, players, and culture that matter to you.

All gaming related videos uploaded on Youtube are extracted and aggregated on Youtube Gaming and are displayed in a more structured format. Over 25,000 games have their own dedicated pages showing videos related to them. From “Asteroid”, to “Zelda” to “Call of Duty”, every popular game has their own page, so you do not have to keep searching for them elsewhere. Game players will also find channels from a wide array of game publishers and YouTube creators.

Like in Youtube, the gaming app also offers you to create your favourite collection of videos. Just add a game to your collection and you will be able to quickly access the latest videos of your favourite games. If you subscribe to a channel you will get a notification whenever they have a live stream.

Youtube Gaming wants to become the go-to destination for Game players across the world, so they have introduced a new feature called mobile Gameplay. With this feature game players can can broadcast live stream of their game play from Android devices using Mobile Capture feature of the app. The feature does not require any additional hardware or software—just tap Go Live in the YouTube Gaming app, turn on the selfie cam and record your commentary with your phone’s microphone.

With Youtube Gaming coming to India, gaming enthusiasts in India can now join the global community of players to showcase their gaming prowess!

YouTube Gaming mobile app is now available on Android and iOS in India. It can also be accessed on desktop through

1 Comment
  1. HolaAmigo says

    This article doesn’t mention Twitch.TV – Amazon’s similiar thing, which they bought from someone. I’d like to know the differences between them.

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