Microsoft rebrands Beam, with new streaming features

Friday 26 May 2017 | 09:38 CET | News
Microsoft wants to rebrand its Beam videogame live-streaming service into Mixer, the Verge reported. The service will be predominantly featured on Windows 10 and Xbox consoles though the YouTube and Twitch apps will continue to be available for download. Microsoft bought Beam in August for an undisclosed amount. Mixer will be free for Windows 10 computers, Xbox consoles and mobile devices running iOS, Android or Windows. Microsoft plans to sell USD 5.99 monthly subscriptions to its streamer channels, the Wall Street Journal reported.

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