Reliance Jio just made a big statement on the debut of JioGamesWatch, its entry into the game streaming market. This streaming platform will be extremely comparable to YouTube or Twitch for gaming. Jio has a little footprint in the contemporary gaming industry because of its independent Jio Games division. They have now entered the streaming market with the introduction of JioGames Watch. The fundamental structure of the business is very similar to Twitch.
The free service of JioGamesWatch enables users to broadcast video from any Android or iOS smartphone with low latency, as well as their set-top box, and also offers instructions for those interested in going live on the site. To make sure you don’t miss anything, you can subscribe to your favourite content producers. Through eSports events, even the producers themselves will be able to engage with fans.
Platforms like Loco have been successful in India’s market, drawing a large number of content producers from all around the country to produce content for the platform. Since the capability is exclusive to the JioGames App, JioGames Watch is trying to stand out from the crowd by giving designers a more condensed collection of the same kinds of capabilities.
Due to its compatibility with both smartphones and the Jio Set-Top Box, the platform offers cross-platform accessibility. Although the platform doesn’t exactly have a tonne of games of incredibly high quality, it will be interesting to watch what sorts of games content makers will be able to stream and develop around, and whether the low-latency pitch becomes a crucial aspect of its success.
Get the JioGames app for your smartphone to begin using the service. Afterwards, log in using your Jio number. To access the JioGamesWatch panel after landing on the main screen, tap the “Watch” tab in the bottom panel. You can find the stream of your choice here and start watching it.