With live-streaming becoming a bigger part of gaming in the past couple years another competitor threw their hat into the ring but for a different reason. Discord has announced their “Go Live” streaming service. This service is going to be different from the others due to being a private stream to your friends with a maximum limit of 10. This service is set to launch on August 15th with normal users having 1080p and 60fps while Nitro subscribers unlocking 4K and 60fps out of the gate.
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