Google has invested an undisclosed sum in Chinese game live-streaming platform Chushou, bringing the start-up’s total funding to north of $120 million, Reuters reported. Founded in 2015, Chushou is an e-sports and streaming service that lets users live stream games from their smartphones. The platform has an estimated total of 8 million streamers and 250,000 live streams a day.
Live streaming and e-sports platforms are growing in popularity in Asia, and the world as a whole, and Google’s investment comes as no surprise. The U.S. company’s aim is to expand Chushou’s …
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