Jump Into Multiplayer Games On YouTube with Crowd Play
It should be no surprise that YouTube is one of the most popular places for people to watch game content with more than 200 million logged-in users doing so every day. Because of the massive gaming community on YouTube, it’s one of the best ways for game developers and publishers to push their content to new audiences. As we announced at GDC in March, YouTube is at the core of Stadia and we’re building new ways for game makers, YouTube Creators and players in general to connect with one another in new ways. One key example of this is Crowd Play. Crowd Play allows for someone watching a livestream of a multiplayer game to jump in (or queue up) and play with the person they’re watching without needing to download or install the game.
Stream Connect: New Possibilities for Multiplayer Gameplay
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