Twitch is taking another step towards making its livestreaming app even more popular than it already is.
The video streaming app announced today that it’s bringing its ARK livestreaming service to Apple Watch and Apple TV, the latter of which is currently available on Android.
Twitch is not making any new announcements about the ARG, and it has yet to announce the date or location of the stream.
The stream will begin on September 11 at 1 p.m.
Pacific and will run for two hours.
Twitch says it will start with ARK, but that it is also adding new ARG content that will be announced in the coming weeks.
For example, Twitch is releasing a podcast from the original game creator, Josh Sawyer, called ARK Adventures, which will be the first ARG podcast that is available to stream.
That podcast, which was published in October 2016, featured interviews with fans, as well as gameplay from the first episode.
At the time, Sawyer said he was inspired to create the ARGs after reading an article about the original ARG.
At its peak in 2016, the ARC podcast averaged more than 500,000 listeners per episode, with the podcast currently playing more than 4.3 million times a week.
At that time, Twitch was planning to launch its own streaming service, but it didn’t release any news about the service until September.
It’s unclear how the ARD podcast will work with the ARKS livestreaming application.
Twitch did not announce the release date of the ARI podcast.
A tweet from Twitch’s press team, however, said the stream will start on September 9, which is Friday.
The ARI series is set to be released on September 19.
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