Twitch to host and stream a video game event live in the White House
No, Mr. President, that’s not how you do a 360-no-scope.
In what is perhaps the coolest video game event of the year before everything presumably undergoes a major change next year, the livestream platform giant Twitch will be holding a video game and, of course, stream it live in the home of the world’s most powerful political figure, the White House in Washington D.C., USA.
Organized together with ESL, Paperlyte and Big_Aristotle32, a.k.a Shaquille O’Neal, the White House Game-a-thon will feature pros from NRG Esports and the stars Mike Ross and Justin Wong as they play games such as Rocket League and Street Fighter V. The event is part of the ongoing campaign to promote USA’s healthcare coverage program by inviting the younger generation to enroll and participate.
The White House Game-a-thon will begin this Dec 12, 2016, 4:00 PM EST and will be broadcasted through Twitch via twitch.tv/GetCovered