Lead: Prodigy, Skrillex, Steve Aoki and more are all piling onto Twitch, hailing it as an exciting new gaming platform that connects them to an otherwise-unreachable audience. They are also licensing music to the service so it can be used in gaming playback; but soon the labels and publishers will be seeking to turn this into a revenue stream. We look at how it works, show where acts are using it best and consider what the push towards monetisation will mean for the platform.
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