Microsoft has revealed a number of its future plans for its live streaming platform Mixer.
In a blog post on the Mixer website, the firm has reviewed its progress to date as well as outlining some milestones for the future.
The biggest milestone for Mixer was reaching 10m monthly active users on the platform, but says it has plans for future growth.
The most exciting news is the revelation that viewers will be able to buy games and DLC directly from live streams with Mixer Direct Purchase. Streamers will take a slice of the money from this.
The organisation says that this will be available for all games on the Microsoft digital storefront, including 5,000-plus games on both Windows 10 and Xbox One with more content available in the future.
This programme is still being tested with no timeframe given for its rollout.
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