Up until now, Twitch users subscribed to Twitch Turbo to get rid of ads in their streams. Now, the service has been repackaged with many other benefits in the Twitch Prime package.
Amazon bought Twitch a long time ago, and is finally releasing an offer that will steal the day. With Amazon Prime, you get: free 2-day shipping, unlimited video streaming, ad-free music, etc. These benefits are great, and were just made even better by the inclusion of Twitch Prime.
Twitch Prime will come with an Amazon Prime membership, with no extra cost. The benefits of Twitch Prime are:
- Free “games loot” every month – meaning DLCs for games for free.
- Discounts on boxed games from Amazon (pre-orders or new, both).
- Ad-free Twitch videos.
- Exclusive emotes and chat badge.
- One free channel subscription per month.
These mean a lot for active Twitch users. And if you’re an Amazon shopper as well, you have even more reason to rejoice. It also comes with a 30-day trial.
Twitch Prime cannot be subscribed to separately. You must be an Amazon Prime member to get the benefits. Twitch Prime is currently available in United States, Canada, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Spain, and Italy. But Amazon Prime can be subscribed to from anywhere.