Amazon is renaming Twitch Prime, by removing the Twitch name and emphasizing the Prime part of the brand, so that Amazon Prime subscribers can enjoy privileges on the company’s real-time streaming platform. The service is now called Prime Gaming.
Even if the name is changed, Prime Gaming will still provide the same benefits as you used to when you registered for Twitch Prime. This content includes exclusive in-game content, free games that are reserved forever, and free monthly Twitch subscriptions, which you can subscribe on your favorite streaming media.
With the new name, Prime Gaming is logically placed side by side with some other digital content included in the Amazon Prime subscription, such as Prime Video and e-books for streaming movies and TV shows, Prime Reading for digital magazines, etc. (Amazon Prime is $12.99 per month or $119 per year, and it also offers many benefits, such as free shipping for many online purchases on the platform.)
The new Prime Gaming name once again demonstrates Amazon’s continued commitment to gaming. For example, in addition to owning Twitch, Amazon also has its own game development department, called Amazon Games, despite a difficult year. (Not all of us.) The company’s first major title crucible, This version combines elements of the hero shooter and the mobile online battle arena. It was released in May, but after more than a month of improvement, the closed beta was resumed. Upcoming open world MMO New world Postponed from August 25 to July 10 to the spring of 2021. And a version Pac-Man The game you can play directly on Twitch was originally scheduled to launch in June, but it has not yet been provided.
There are also rumors that Amazon will invest in cloud gaming at some point in the future and may launch its own cloud gaming service. According to reports, the platform is codenamed Project Tempo, and it may be launched as early as this year. Due to the delay caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, it may be postponed to 2021, New York Times Reported in April.