After several events where bootleg Twitch streams ran rampant, it seems that MLG and the Call of Duty World League will have some games streamed on the world’s largest streaming platform.
In a tweet from the official MLG Twitter, it was confirmed that MLG Atlanta will be streamed on a variety of platforms during the three day long event. The streams will take place across MLG.tv, in the Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare in-game stream for PlayStation 4, as well as MLG’s official YouTube, Facebook, and Twitch pages.
However, the only way every stream will be accessible is through MLG.tv. The Twitch broadcast for Championship Sunday will be on an one hour delay, and will not be live for any of Saturday’s games.
Without question, it seems as if MLG is experimenting not only with a return to Twitch, but also with the Facebook livestream feature. MLG has already done several H1Z1 streams, displaying the skills of some of the casters in the popular survival shooter game.
After MLG Vegas was exclusively streamed on MLG.tv, several fans will be excited to see Call of Duty action return to Twitch this weekend in Atlanta.
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James Mattone is a journalist for GAMURS and can be contacted on Twitter –@TheJamesMattone.