Amazon-owned Twitch has reached an agreement with music publishers to work together to develop new productive collaborations.
The new agreement will allow Twitch to open up new opportunities for music publishers and strengthen the link between gaming and music.
CEO of the national music publishers association, David Israelite, recently spoke about the revelation.
David said: “Both NMPA and Twitch are creator-focused and our respective communities will greatly benefit from this agreement, which respects the rights of songwriters and paves the way for future relationships between our publisher members, songwriters and the service."
“Through our discussions, Twitch has shown a commitment to valuing musicians and to creating new ways to connect them with fans in this burgeoning and exciting space."
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