Rapper Logic, real name Sir Robert Bryson Hall II, has signed an exclusive deal with Twitch only days after the popular musician announced his retirement on Twitter, saying that it’s time for him to focus on being “a great father.”
According to the Verge, Logic, 30, already had one of the more popular twitch channels and has been streaming since 2015/2016, but states that despite the monetization opportunities that the platform provides, he is not doing it for the money.
“I think it’s a powerful platform that allows me to connect with my fans in the best way possible. And the safest way possible for someone in my position,” Logic says.
“This is the place where if you want to interact with me, you’re going to do it here,” Logic continues. “I’m not going to be on Twitch, having political debates. I’m going to be on Twitch, helping people after they’ve had a day of protesting or political debates, unwind and laugh and smile. And if you want to know how I feel about the world, you listen to my music.”
“I announced my retirement from music because it came to a point where I felt forced, like I had to do certain things,” Logic said. “And it’s not that the label made me feel that way. I was doing it to myself, because I’m such a businessman, and I was pushing myself to the brink of insanity.”
Logic’s first partner stream on Twitch will be his album release. Currently, he’s scheduled to go live at 5PM PT / 8PM ET on Tuesday, July 21st ,and it’s where he’ll be premiering No Pressure, his final LP, ahead of its official release on July 24th.
Gamactica Update 7.2020, New Partnership
Hello Gamacticans! Today we roll out a brand new feature, along with some news!
Introducing Share Feature
This feature is one that we have been looking to add for quite some time. Our new ‘Share’ button (which you can see below) allows you to share another Gamactican’s post/update on your profile! It’s just like a ReTweet on Twitter, and you can even add a comment on the re-shared post.
Doing so is easy, just click on the proper ‘Share’ tab located on the post of anyone you follow:
Announcing Partnership with Sudairy
We are happy to announce a new content partnership with Sudairy, which is a news website dedicated to providing streamer news, streaming news, cosplay news, gaming news, esports news and more! This is an industry specific online publication that is syndicated in Google News, and ranks in Google’s Top 10 for Streamer News.
The partnership will provide us another content outlet to provide coverage to the industry, and our plans include featuring the streamers on Gamactica. Our members who hit Partner and/or members we want to add some extra coverage on (for a variety of reasons) will earn the opportunity to be featured in an article interview on Sudairy, which will be featured in Google News.
This is an incredible feature that adds more incentive(s) to our community to be Gamacticans that truly stand out.
Sudairy aims to be a leader in the industry, and we are looking to utilize this partnership to add unrivaled, unmatched, and powerful increased marketing and promotion to our community.
Gamactica Mobile App Update
For those who are anxiously awaiting the arrival of our mobile app, we have an exciting update!
Our app has been completed and is now in the testing phase. The testing phase allows us to iron out any wrinkles, ensure that the features we are implementing work, and fix any bugs that may arise during this process.
While we do not have an exact ETA on the final version of the app, and although it appears it may not arrive in July as we were hoping, we are closing in on the completion of the testing process of the app.
We are still targeting this summer for the release, and we are closing in on the finish line!
Our Stream Directory is home to over 1,000 channels, which provides incredible exposure for the channels listed.
This month we have implemented a new SEO/Marketing approach that has dramatically increased the exposure, traffic, and visibility of this section, and the benefits for the Gamacticans who are listed.
If you have not yet been listed, please fill out the application. If you have recently switched platforms, either in the wake of the Mixer shutdown, or any other reason, please re-submit the application so that we can rebuild your listing page and re-implement the marketing.
The listings with “dead channels” (channels that are no longer available) are at risk of being archived and later deleted.
Riot Games Reveals LoL Esports Re-brand
Riot Games has officially unveiled their re-brand for LoL Esports, including a new logo and an emphasis on regional leagues and global events on Tuesday.
The company posted the following video, accompanied by a link to a more detailed announcement, on their official Twitter page.
— LoL Esports (@lolesports) July 21, 2020
“We aspire to bring joy to billions of LoL Esports fans around the world,” John Needham, Global Head of Esports, Riot Games, said in an official release, via ESPN. “It starts with building a thriving global esports ecosystem supported by electrifying competition, sustainable growth, cutting-edge technology, bold entertainment, and a focus on integrity for our teams and the sport.”
W Series Esports League Partners with Getty Images
Getty Images, the global visual media brand, has officially announced their partnership with the all-female simulation racing competition known as W Series Esports League, which will see Getty Images serve as the official photographer of the league.
“Ever since Getty Images was founded 25 years ago, our specialist operations team and industry-leading photographic talent have been at the forefront of creating innovative sports photography” Ken Mainardis, Global Head of Content at Getty Images said in an official press release. “This partnership furthers the W Series aim in elevating female esports to a global audience and demonstrates how Getty Images leads the way in delivering cutting-edge content to our customers around the world.”
“But although the W Series Esports League provides great on-screen entertainment for fans and poses a stern sporting test for our drivers, there is a bigger purpose to it also: we hope that women and girls who perhaps have not engaged with esports or in particular sim racing, either as viewers or players, will be inspired by the exploits of our 20 female racers to embrace it in greater numbers than they have hitherto” Catherine Bond Muir, CEO of W Series added.”
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