Tyler “Ninja” Blevins at TwitchCon 2018 in San Jose, California. Microsoft, which lured top video game streamers like Ninja away from rival services like Twitch, will shut down streaming service Mixer next month. Photo: Getty Images Tyler “Ninja” Blevins at TwitchCon 2018 in San Jose, California. Microsoft, which lured top video game streamers like Ninja away from rival services like Twitch, will shut down streaming service Mixer next month. Photo: Getty Images
Tyler “Ninja” Blevins at TwitchCon 2018 in San Jose, California. Microsoft, which lured top video game streamers like Ninja away from rival services like Twitch, will shut down streaming service Mixer next month. Photo: Getty Images

Microsoft teams up with Facebook as video game streaming service Mixer shuts down

  • After top streamers told Microsoft they weren’t making enough money on the service, the software maker will recommend players use Facebook Gaming instead
  • Microsoft also plans to work with Facebook on xCloud, which will allow gamers to click within a stream on Facebook to play or purchase a video game

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Tyler “Ninja” Blevins at TwitchCon 2018 in San Jose, California. Microsoft, which lured top video game streamers like Ninja away from rival services like Twitch, will shut down streaming service Mixer next month. Photo: Getty Images Tyler “Ninja” Blevins at TwitchCon 2018 in San Jose, California. Microsoft, which lured top video game streamers like Ninja away from rival services like Twitch, will shut down streaming service Mixer next month. Photo: Getty Images
Tyler “Ninja” Blevins at TwitchCon 2018 in San Jose, California. Microsoft, which lured top video game streamers like Ninja away from rival services like Twitch, will shut down streaming service Mixer next month. Photo: Getty Images
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