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Elon Musk testis Diablo IV video game streaming feature on X

Elon Musk's love for gaming unfolds with introduction new features

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X, formerly known as Twitter, is testing a Twitch-like video game streaming feature.

Elon Musk shared a post-playing gaming handle showcasing the new video game streaming featuring an hour of gameplay of Blizzard’s Diablo PvP arena.

While the stream is watchable at best, as of now, there are no options to change the video quality.


When one of the users highlighted: “It’s high pitched. There is a flicker too.’ the X owner replied: “Haha something to be fixed.”

There were 91 million gamers on the platform, with 70 tweets per second related to gaming between June 2020 and June 2021.

“Just a quick test of X video game streaming,” Musk wrote from his gaming handle. Even though the original live stream is over an hour long, Musk shared a small clip of it through his official handle and wrote,

“Tested the X video game streamer system last night. It works. Will try to complete a Tier 100 Nightmare dungeon tonight live on this platform.”

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