Twitch has said very little about its recent struggles. “We love esports and will continue to invest in competitive gaming as part of our overall content strategy, and are committed to working with partners who are innovating and moving the industry forward,” said a spokesperson from Twitch in a statement to Quartz.

Meanwhile, Twitch is becoming less gaming-focused than ever. Twitch’s “Just Chatting” category, a catch-all term for non-gaming content, was the most watched category last December. With more gamers turning to YouTube and more non-gamers turning to Twitch, the future of live-streaming appears to be the ability to do it all. 

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