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Twitch Creative
Watch artists create. Twitch expands into the arts.
28 Alternatives to Twitch Creative

The LinkedIn for the creative world.

CreativeGuild™ is the largest global directory of creative companies, professionals, and jobs.

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Authentic Jobs
What if, there was a place on the Internet that: - Optimized for opportunities instead of advertisements - Was more interested in how you show up as a human, than how...
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Watch and stream live games on Facebook

Fb.gg is a gaming hub, allowing users to watch and stream games, and live Esport competitions.

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Variety
Facebook wants to entice more video-game broadcasters - and their fans - to use its platform, rolling out several features that will ratchet up competition with category pioneer Twitch. In January, Facebook launched a gaming-creator program, paying some top players to stream exclusively on Facebook.
Engadget
At the same time, Facebook is giving new streamers more opportunities to find their footing. It's unveiling a Level Up program in the months ahead that will let newcomers earn money from viewers who buy and send virtual items in the middle of live streams. It's somewhat like Twitch's Affiliate tier -- you can still generate an income without a full-fledged p… See more
TechCrunch
Facebook wants a cut of the 3+ hours per week that young adult video gamers spend watching other people play. So today it's launch Fb.gg - as in the post-competition courtesy of saying "good game" - a destination where viewers can find a collection of all the video game streaming on Facebook.
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Find people who share your interests on discord

Discord Servers is a list of amazing discord servers, find communities who share your interests and promote your own servers for free.

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Discordsl
Support Discord Server List and get additional perks to help grow your discord servers
Discordsl
Browse discord servers that have global emotes, that can be used in any server without the need for nitro.
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Now integrated with the main app 👾📹

YouTube announced yesterday that they'd be shutting down the standalone Gaming app to port over the streaming experience to the main app/site itself.

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Kotaku
YouTube is getting rid of its dedicated gaming app after it failed to find a big enough audience, the company announced today in a blog post. Instead, gaming-specific content and features will have a new, dedicated home within the main YouTube site.
The Verge
Previously, YouTube had a separate app dedicated to gaming - but now, many of the app's best features are being folded into the main experience, along with some new bells and whistles meant to improve discoverability of games and content creators.
Product Hunt
New gaming destination to be part of main YouTube app
TechCrunch
YouTube will no longer maintain a separate app targeting gaming and live game streaming, the company announced today. The YouTube Gaming app, which first arrived in 2015, will be sunset sometime next spring as its host of features make their way over to YouTube's main site. Over the years, th...
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Connecting creatives worldwide

Artstel is a platform for creatives such as photographers, stylists, makeup artists, models and etc. to collaborate, communicate, and schedule photoshoots. Creatives will be able to create a profile, display their information, and upload photos so other creatives or clients can search for and discover them.

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Livestreaming platform for mobile gamers

Mobcrush is livestreaming platform and community for mobile gamers.

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Variety
Mobcrush, a two-year-old startup that enables live-streaming video of mobile games, has closed a $20 million Series B round led by Evolution Media Capital, the investment venture of CAA, TPG Growth and Participant Media.
VentureBeat
The mobile-based livestreaming app Mobcrush has raised $20 million in Series B funding. The Los Angeles-based production company Evolution Media led the round. This brings Mobcrush's total funding to $35.9 million since its founding in 2014. Live-streaming is a key part of the growing esports market, which Newzoo projects will earn $1.1 billion in revenues b… See more
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Creative communities around the world, inspiring talks

Based around a series of talks and informal networking, Glug has become one of the most exciting, credible and well-attended creative events around. It all started in an East End London pub in '07, we're now championing creativity and design in 25+ cities around the world.

A real-life creative social network.

Get in touch to host your own Glug.

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YouTube
Glug is a series of events for the design and creative community. Our showcase event is held in London but there are now many other events around the world. Based around a series of talks and informal networking, Glug has become one of the most exciting, credible and well attended creative events around.
Vimeo
Glug is a series of events for the design and creative community. Our showcase event is held in London but there are now many other events around the world. Based...
Creative Bloq
2016 was awesome for Glug; it's seen our global creative network go from strength to strength. We're now flexing our muscles in over 20 cities across the world, including London, New York, Amsterdam, Berlin, Stockholm, Dubai, Sydney, LA and Taipei - and we're on a mission to cover even more in the new year.
9 Alternatives to Glug

Make money by beating other players in mobile games

Acention is a free-to-play gaming app where players make money by beating other players in multiplayer games. Kind of like HQ Trivia for gamers. Players start with one penny and work their balance upwards by beating other players in games and daily live tournaments. Users can cash out at any time and receive their balance via Paypal.

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The Wharton School
Play Games, Win Money What if you could play a game on your phone and earn money at the same time? It sounds too good to be true, but it's the premise behind Acention, founded by Colin Robinson, WG'18, Anvith Ekkati, GEN'18, and Peter Zhu, WG'18.
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