Twitch 2017 Year-End Retrospective Features Interactive Digital Comic and Stats

Twitch is celebrating an awesome 2017 with a really cool interactive digital comic book.

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Twitch has seen some insane growth in the last few years. 2017 was a banner year for the live streaming platform seeing the rise of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds and the continued explosion of countless awesome streamers


Official Twitch PR:

"When we set out to design our 2017 Retrospective in January (to reflect the entire past year), we knew we wanted to do something unique to reflect our brand and community. Last year we created a video game for our Retrospective which tied in nicely with our gaming community. This year we created a digital comic since the format celebrates the creative side of Twitch, while taking an innovative approach to illustrating various milestones and events that can't be captured just by numbers."


The interactive digital comic tells the adventures of two young aspiring streamers who stop by Twitch Headquarters for a visit. They end up iin a machine that takes them through highlights of 2017 in the Twitch community. They are thrown into a game of PUBG, party it up at TwitchCon 2017 and even hang out with the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers! 

This digital comic is definitely a cool way for Twitch to celebrate another year of awesome growth. In case you missed it, check out our interview with Chase from Twitch at E3 2016.

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