Mixer now lets streamers quality control clips from their streams, only allowing certain viewers to create clips from their streams.
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Microsoft has signed an exclusivity deal with another gaming personality to stream exclusively on Mixer.
Microsoft today announced the availability of Mixer Academy, a new resource for building your Mixer expertise.
Microsoft announced a new addition to the ways in which Mixer creators can get paid, and it won’t cost viewers a thing.
Microsoft announced today that its Streamer Review system for Mixer will go live on September 4, 2019.
Microsoft has signed an exclusivity agreement with Ninja that will have him stream exclusively on Mixer - leaving Twitch behind.
Mixer announced changes to the service focused on reducing harmful content and toxic behavior to cultivate a positive community.
Microsoft is making staffing changes to Mixer that result in cuts to the original programming team.
While Mixer has long offered ways for viewers to reward game streamers, a new system called Mixer Loot rewards viewers too.
You can now support your favorite streamers with actual money, and get some flashy stickers in return.
Microsoft today announced what it calls the “next major evolution” of its Mixer game streaming service, which it calls Season 2.
Microsoft is celebrating the one-year anniversary of its Mixer video game service by rolling out tons of new features.
Mixer's rebuilt mobile apps for Android and iOS devices are now out of beta, comes with a redesigned look, push notifications, and more.
Microsoft has announced a brand-new Mixer app for Android and iOS. It is available now in beta form.
Microsoft's game broadcasting service, Mixer, has been updated to support 21 languages on the eve of the Xbox One X launch.
Minecraft is being updated to include integrated Mixer game broadcasting capabilities, first on Windows 10 and Android.
Today, Microsoft announced that Mixer Creator gameplay self-broadcasting app for Android and iOS has exited beta.
Microsoft likes to heavily promote Mixer during live events but the service continues to struggle during keynotes.
In a surprise move, Microsoft revealed today that it has renamed its Beam game streaming service to Mixer. And it's adding new features, including co-streaming, mobile device support, and more.