Anyone Using Amazon's Twitch Social Media Platform to Promote?

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Came across this article on a site about Amazon's Twitch platform:

Introducing the biggest media destination marketers haven't heard of

Twitch included livestreaming long before other social networks, including Facebook and Instagram, and it boosts over 100 million monthly viewers who spend, on average, 1.5 hours on the platform every day. So... why isn't Twitch on your brand's radar?

Twitch, acquired by Amazon in 2014, is the biggest destination for hosting channels for livestreaming today, and now plays host to much more than videogame streaming.


Content creators include creative channels for cooking, art, photographyeven social eating (where creators livestream themselves eating meals)and many offer sponsorship opportunities for brands to get involved. The platform boasts a deep social element, with live chats to the right of every livestream and lots of interaction.

Was wondering it anyone has tried it yet?
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    social eating...do people really not have anything better to do with their lives.

    Are content creators allowed affiliate links on their stream page? I have seen gamers sell t-shirts etc on their platform.
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