The famous live streaming website Twitch which is owned by Amazon has announced some exciting news for Amazon Prime Members. The Amazon Prime users will get an ad-free viewing and some decent discounts on video games bought on Amazon.com.
CEO of Twitch Emmett Shear, has announced this new services and named it as Twitch Prime. He made this announcement during the event held at the company’s community convention in this year in San Diego. These Amazon Services like Prime Video and Twitch Prime is not be available as the standard subscription service.
This service is going to be offered for those who are current Amazon Prime Members or for the users who signups first time. Prime is offering two-day shipping along with it, providing the access to the Amazon’s Video and Music libraries for free which cost about $99 a year.
“Offering the subscriptions free through Prime saves money for viewers while supporting streamers to build their community. Free games and in-game content were always a hit with gamers, but they also let developers reach millions of new potential players,” Shear mentioned in a statement.
“When Amazon acquired Twitch, the first most thing the community asked was, ‘when will Twitch Streaming be bundled in with Amazon Prime?’ Twitch Prime replies that question in a way that speaks to our community.”
The introduction of this online Streaming service Twitch Prime is now the largest piece of evidence yet, and Amazon is having the great plans for this platform by involving the blending streaming video with online commerce.
“When Twitch talked to us doing something fun for the launch of Twitch Prime, we were onboard,” Thompson Hearthstone Art Lead.
Here is the Subscription service for free 30 days which you can give a try from the Official website. Check out the available countries and subscription prices from the list provided below.
- US: $11/month or $100/year
- Germany: EUR 49/year
- Canada: CAD $79/year
- UK: £8/month.
- Italy: EUR 20/year
- France: EUR 49/year
- Spain: EUR 20/year
Amazon is already operating their own streaming video product. This is an additional offer to the Prime Subscriptions of this standalone service for $8.99 in month.