Originally Posted by bigjdubb
I have never heard of Mixer or Facebook gaming.
Hard to believe. Facebook gaming was one of the originals with farmville that your grandma probably still plays and has logged hundreds of hours into. Candy crush, tons of others.
Mixer was in the "big" news if you're not into gaming. It was on ESPN, business insider, CNN, forbes, just to name a few. Actually almost impossible to not hear about it as it was mentioned in news titles for those websites.
Anyway. This is going to be interesting to see where Ninja, Shroud, and the other guys go. Facebook Gaming allows their streamers to stream on other websites under their contracts. Since they have been released from their Mixer contracts, I wonder if they'll go the Facebook/Youtube Gaming streaming. I don't know if Youtube allows streaming to other services under their contracts or not. Facebook has really grown over the years as a place to watch streams.
Misinformation should be a thing of the past. This is the age of information. You are obligated to accept facts and do proper research which is readily available to all. Become better, humanity.