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Valve accidentally launches Steam.tv early
Overnight, Valve accidentally launched Steam.tv – what looks like a take on Twitch – early. The company pulled the website offline shortly after, but not before people got a chance to play around with it.
Cnet went hands-on with Steam.tv in the hour or so that it was online, and said it was showing The International – the big Dota 2 tournament that’s going on right now.
Accessible via Steam.tv is the new Steam Chat friends list and group chats, Cnet reports, and you’re able to watch videos with friends. There’s voice chat, too.
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