Guide: How to find live esports and gaming content on Twitch, Facebook, and YouTube (Dot Esports)

Dot Esports: Guide: How to find live esports and gaming content on Twitch, Facebook, and YouTube. “A wide variety of competitors have risen up to challenge Twitch’s spot as the home of competitive gaming online. While other sites have attempted in the past, there are now two sites with large enough audiences to be considered serious challenges to the Amazon-owned Twitch. These names are, more specifically, YouTube and Facebook. But in contrast to Twitch, which has had more than five years to develop its platform and usability, YouTube and Facebook are effectively just starting out in the live streaming industry. To help you easily navigate these platforms, we’ve put together this guide for an easy streaming experience wherever you’re watching.”

Neowin: Microsoft announces new Bing features following Build 2017

Neowin: Microsoft announces new Bing features following Build 2017. “Following Microsoft’s annual Build event last week, which was thoroughly covered by Neowin, the company has now announced some new features arriving to Bing. The search engine will now support bots, eSports coverage and search for hiking and camping places.”

Engadget: Twitter will livestream ESL and DreamHack eSports tournaments

Engadget: Twitter will livestream ESL and DreamHack eSports tournaments. “Twitter’s initial foray into livestreaming eSports must have went well, as it’s expanding the range of tournaments it covers in a big way. The social network has reached deals to stream 15-plus ESL One, DreamHack and Intel Extreme Masters tournaments over the course of 2017. ESL will also make its own originals for Twitter, including a half-hour show that covers competition highlights and behind-the-scenes stories. The first tourney to get the treatment is Intel Extreme Masters Katowice, which starts on March 4th.”

Twitch to Livestream an Event From the White House Today

Twitch is livestreaming an esports event from the White House today. “Twitch announced that they will be hosting a gaming event live from the White House on December 12th. The ‘White House Competitive Gaming Event’ is meant to raise awareness about health insurance. The event will last from from 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM EST.”