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Minecraft players can soon directly livestream their world building through Twitch

Jon Fingas, @jonfingas
November 2, 2013
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Minecraft players who want to share their elaborate creations through internet video won't need special broadcasting tools for much longer -- Mojang and Twitch have revealed plans for native livestreaming support in Mac and Windows versions of the game. Twitch tells us that it's a standard implementation with chat. The relevant updates should reach users "soon;" while the two companies aren't being more specific, it shouldn't be long before you can show off your more ambitious projects.

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