YouTube is a clear leader in entertainment
Announced on the official Twitch blog, Video Producer introduces Reruns and Premiers. Both are YouTube-
Creators have already found ways to do the things Video Producer tools are streamlining, but this will make the creation and presentation process a whole lot easier. Reruns (which is essentially the Vodcast feature rebranded) allows creators to show off best moments and welcome new viewers. Both of these new additions give creators better ways to flesh out the broadcasting schedules they have for their channels.
Once a video is premiered (all original vids must be premiered), it'll be made available for on-demand viewing indefinitely as long as the creator has an open account in good standing. When it comes to monetization, subs, bits, and free channel subs from Twitch Prime all apply to videos broadcasted through Video Producer.
While this is wonderful and it will result in some quality content for the platform, Twitch should be even more direct in taking on YouTube by vocally improving pay opportunities for partners and community toxicity. This new feature is certainly a welcome one, but also seems to be a bit more involved than YouTube's video sharing process. While yes, it will make for better engagement with communities, creators will need to be compensated better for such a thing.