Twitch is formally rolling out its new TikTok-like discovery feed to all customers this week, the corporate introduced on Tuesday. The brand new feed, which is launching as a tab inside the Twitch iOS and Android apps, permits viewers to scroll via bite-sized bits of content material to find new streamers. The official launch follows Twitch’s earlier checks of the feed that began in August 2023.

With this launch, Twitch now joins quite a few different in style apps which have launched their very own short-form video feeds following TikTok’s rise in reputation, together with Instagram, YouTube, Snapchat, Uber Eats and LinkedIn to call a couple of.

There are two tabs inside the feed: a dwell feed and a clips feed. The “dwell” feed shows livestreams from each streamers customers already comply with and streamers that Twitch thinks they want. The “clips” feed showcases high moments from streamers throughout Twitch, permitting viewers to find content material from streamers even once they’re not dwell.

Whereas individuals usually go to Twitch once they have sufficient time to look at a livestream, the brand new clips feed is designed for moments when customers solely have a couple of minutes to spare.

To higher personalize what you see within the feed, you’ll be able to click on the thumbs-up or thumbs-down button on a livestream or a clip to sign what kind of content material you wish to see kind of of.

The brand new feed’s arrival comes as Twitch streamers have lengthy known as on the corporate to introduce new options to assist them attain new audiences. Since Twitch isn’t a totally algorithmic platform like TikTok, Twitch streamers haven’t had some ways to draw new viewers outdoors of selling themselves on different platforms or teaming up with fellow streamers. With this new discovery feed, small and medium streamers have the potential to succeed in new audiences.

Twitch says that each one livestreams and clips are mechanically eligible to seem within the feed in the event that they meet the platform’s content material pointers. Whereas streamers can’t instantly add content material to the invention feed, Twitch encourages them to create and have clips of their content material for an opportunity to be included within the feed.