In a just few short months since it dove into the world of dance music, the world's largest gaming website, Twitch, has broadcasted live from Ibiza, streamed a 24 hour Jack Ü party, and hosted channels for dance institutions like Mad Decent, Fool's Gold, Monstercat, and Dim Mak. Today, they're adding another notch to the proverbial belt by announcing that they will be live-streaming this year's Ultra Music Festival in Miami.
Are you fed up with the terrible website design of dance festival parent companies? Would you like to use a service that doesn't crash? Do you live every day wanting to be called out in front of thousands of people for your inability to twerk? Then this is great news.
Interested viewers can tune in to Ultra's channel for all the fist-pumping goodness. Here's hoping we never have to put up with another buggy, intern-built streaming micro-site ever again.
And, a reminder of the cultural value of Twitch's live commentary, as lifted from their Jack Ü stream:
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