Watch Hitbox live streams on your Windows 10 PC with this app
An unofficial Hitbox app for Windows 10 just appeared in the Windows Store. The app isn’t Universal one, though, which means it only works on Windows 10 PCs and tablets. Still, the developer of the app, Jonathan Antoine, promised Windows 10 Mobile support to come soon.
In case you’re not familiar with this service, Hitbox is a streaming service similar to Twitch offering popular gaming channels and live streams of other eSports events. Here’s how Hitbox introduces itself to its users:
“Streaming has become an essential component to the global gaming and eSports scene. As tournaments grew out of tiny events, organized by small groups of like-minded individuals to massive gatherings, covered by countless media outlets and watched by the world, professional streaming has become something that is not only nice to have, but a necessity. With an industry growing this fast, it´s easy to lose focus of what is most important: You. Be it viewer, streamer, partner, tournament organizer or any other member of this great community.
This is where Hitbox comes in. A streaming platform created by members of this community, for this community.”
Hitbox offers streams of the most popular games and allows its users to access their favorite live streams and channels for free. Of course, this service is not as popular as Twitch but still has a solid community.
Unfortunately, just like Twitch and many other popular companies and services, Hitbox doesn’t have its official Windows 10 app. Third-party solutions like this one are here to bridge the gap.
If you want to watch live streams and access your favorite channels from Hitbox, you can download the app from the Windows Store for free.
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