Tapping Into the Trend: YouTube Plans Live Streaming Site for Gamers

YouTube is launching an entirely new website for gamers; breaking into the now established cultural aspect of live streaming.
YouTube announced the platform called Gaming on Friday.
It will be available in the U.S. and UK at some point this summer, with a special preview next week for E3 attendees.
Each game will get its own home where users can find streams, walk-throughs and other videos specific to that title, with content also coming from publishers and popular YouTube gaming personalities.
Users can add games to their "collections," similar to how they would subscribe to a channel and receive notifications whenever channels they follow begin a live stream.
YouTube wants to make streaming a large part of its new gaming platform, too.
The service will offer 60 frames-per-second streaming quality with video conversion capabilities.