Airtime, the online video chat company started by Sean Parker, is getting into the game watching segment after it added support for live-streaming service Twitch.
The service is designed as a kind of digital clubhouse for hanging out with your buddies.
It already lets users jointly watch media like YouTube or Spotify, but now it is adding Twitch — which Amazon bought for around $1 billion in 2013 — to the mix.
Twitch users, as we reported earlier this year, watch more videos each month than the average YouTube user does.
Twitch has revolutionized the way we enjoy our favorite games, and now with Airtime, you can enjoy that same content in an intimate setting with your closest friends.
For the first time, Airtime lets you video chat while you watch your favorite Twitch streams live — even Pokémon GO!, Airtime wrote in a blog post.