The directory was launched earlier this week.
Twitch has launched its Esports Directory, aimed at helping users discover new streamers and watch tournaments that are streaming live on the site.
The directory will feature a list of live tournaments, video recaps, a directory of pro streamers and personalised recommendations of games and tournaments based on users’ viewing history. Users will also be allowed access to on-demand replays of previous matches.
Along with the main directory, it will also feature a sub-directory of games with active leagues, including Rocket League and League of Legends, amongst others.
Esports now has a home on Twitch.
Check out the Esports Directory to watch live events, catch up on past matches, and discover pro player’s channels.https://t.co/Xk5MrzDeoj
— Twitch Esports (@TwitchEsports) April 29, 2020
Writing on its official blog, Twitch said:
“The experience is tailored to make it easier for [users] to find the games and events [they’re] most interested in and discover content [they] might like, but don’t know about.”
Twitch will continue to update and expand the directory based on user feedback.
Those wishing to access the Esports Directory can do so by visiting the “Esports” tab on Twitch’s homepage.