Daily Motion Games Launches Livestreaming Service With Compatible Android App

Game streaming is big business these days, but it's also a great form of entertainment for viewers, as well as a general helpful tool for those just wanting to share their gaming experiences with others. While the main draw from game streaming centers around entertainment for the viewer and revenue for the streamer looking to provide that entertainment, you can find streamers sharing helpful hints and tips as well as walkthroughs on your favorite games too. When it comes to streaming games online, Twitch has more commonly been known as the service to use, but another company called Daily Motion is out to compete with Twitch for the streaming spotlight, or at least gain a sizable piece of the pie, with their newly offered service called Daily Motion Games.

They just recently launched their Android compatible app and the Daily Motion Games service today which means you can view live game streams right from smartphone or tablet, categorized in currently live streaming game channels, or you can view the games tab itself and see all the games that get streamed from various different channels, with listings on how many streamers there are for that particular game. Streams happen right from withing the app natively so you don't have to worry about exiting into YouTube or another video player, which makes things simple.

The app also provides you with the ability to switch between different video qualities which could be very useful if you're moving in and out of 4G data. If however you're connected to WiFi when you want to watch a live stream you can always keep the streaming quality at its highest available. You'll be able to view streams through the dedicated Android app, but you can access the service through their website and on the PS4 too. It may not be as large at Twitch, but it can't hurt to have options in the event you want to start streaming yourself or want to view streams of specific games. You can grab the Daily Motion Games app from the Play Store and the app is free of charge.

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