Elon Musk Takes Diablo IV for a Spin on X, Proving Streaming Capabilities
Elon Musk evaluates the streaming capabilities of X, through a live-streamed session of the Diablo IV, showcasing the platform's potential for diverse content.
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In a noteworthy development, billionaire Elon Musk engaged in a gaming session on Tuesday, delving into the popular video game Diablo IV on the platform X. The tech mogul, who acquired the social media platform last year, utilized this occasion to evaluate the streaming capabilities of X.
Musk took to the platform on Monday to live-stream his gameplay of Blizzard's role-playing game. He conveyed his experience, stating, "Tested the X video game streamer system last night. It works! Will try to complete a Tier 100 Nightmare dungeon tonight live on this platform."
On September 30, Musk shared insights on how users can leverage X for game streaming, expressing his intent to periodically broadcast himself playing video games. He humorously remarked, "Kids, friends & video games are how I spend my non-work waking hours. Sometimes, you can combine all three."
Mark Kalman, X Media Engineering Lead, contributed to the user experience by releasing a comprehensive walkthrough video on X, elucidating the mechanics of livestreaming through the platform's Media Studio, particularly catering to premium subscribers.
Musk had previously outlined his vision for transforming X into an all-encompassing app, contemplating the addition of services like payment, food ordering, and ride-hailing. This strategic move bears semblance to the multifunctionality observed in China's WeChat, operated by Tencent.
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