Xbox One owners will be able to stream live gameplay and Kinect footage directly to Twitch.tv from March 11th, thanks to a free voice-activated app. Will you take the opportunity to flaunt your Titanfall rodeo skills across the internet?
The new Twitch app can be activated with a simple "Xbox, broadcast," at which point you'll broadcast fullscreen footage, commentary and Kinect feed of your face should you want to. An on-screen viewer indicator will inform hosts of how popular their show is in real-time.
As a client, you'll be able to use the app to browse in-progress broadcasts, follow your favourite streamers, view gamercards and receive notifications when a new broadcast begins. The facility is already available on PS4, and has been for some considerable time, though the ubiquitous Kinect sensor makes for simple
Whether you'll use it yourself is another matter, mind. Is it time for you to take centre stage and become the latest Twitch sensation? Will you watch from the shadows? Or will you, erm, just keep playing games? Let us know in the comments.
Oh, and I suppose I'd better try it out in a professional capacity. I'll keep you posted.