Original story: Twitch Prime is suspected of being re-advertised as Gaming Prime, according to a running guidebook that Twitch partners recently received.
Gaming insider Rod Breslau tweeted today photos of an email reportedly sent to Twitch partners showing that Amazon̵7;s proprietary broadcast subscription service will refer to the Games Prime Minister today at 10 p.m. Pacific / 1 Eastern afternoon / 17:00 UK.
Prime Gaming is, according to the published guidebook, a service “that helps members improve their gaming experience by providing exclusive and exciting content for the games they already love, and by introducing them to new games that they will eventually love.” to like them “. It will be free for all Amazon Prime members, just as Twitch Prime has been for years.
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“The Prime Gaming Experience presents a massive and comprehensive catalog of in-game content, including exclusive and time-limited items for the world’s most popular games on all current gaming platforms,” the instruction book states. “It also includes full PC gaming rotations that can be owned and held permanently at no extra cost and a free monthly channel subscription to be spent on a Twitch.tv channel.”
Breslau tweeted a picture of an alleged Twitch email sent to Twitch partners:
“After four years, Twitch Prime will return to Prime Gaming to make it clear to Prime Gaming members to discover all the benefits of the games their membership offers, including the content it should have for the most played games in the world and free monthly subscriptions to help you grow your audience from millions of Amazon Prime members worldwide, ”the email said.Email also includes a list of “emotional benefits” and “functional benefits”. Emotional benefits include positive surprises from dropped titles and liveliness, a sense of value from service, enjoyment of new games and new ways to play, and a sense of uniqueness with exclusive items not available by other means. Functionally, Prime Gaming includes in-game upgrades, add-ons, skins and more for specific games, free PC games every month, a free monthly Twitch.tv subscription, and limited discounts.
The official announcement is expected to arrive in just a few hours.
Wesley LeBlanc is a freelance news writer and guide to IGN. You can follow her on Twitter @LeBlancWes.