JioGamesWatch is the latest addition to Reliance Jio’s suite of gaming options, which also includes JioGames. JioGamesWatch is the platform that provides an immersive and interactive game streaming experience across multiple Jio devices. It is part of the service that is provided by Jio.
The JioGames platform is aimed at a diverse group of users in the gaming industry, including competitive and casual gamers, esports athletes, and enthusiasts of all types of gaming, as well as game publishers and developers.
According to a statement released by the company, the decision to launch JioGamesWatch was made after conducting in-depth research into the likes and preferences of the gaming community. The goal of the platform is to provide creators with the tools and opportunities necessary to go live using any device, with low latency, and to showcase the very best of their work to millions of viewers. In addition, several tools for viewer engagement, such as audience polls and Emotes (reactions to the stream using smiley or emoji faces), enable content creators and influencers to stay ahead of the competition.
Users have the option of watching live gameplays or video-on-demand (VOD) streams in order to locate the content that best suits their needs.
The following is a list of some of the most notable highlights and features offered by JioGamesWatch:
JioGamesWatch gives users access to games on multiple platforms. It is also available for use on smartphones in addition to being accessible through the home screen of the Jio Set-top-box (STB). Only the JioGames app, which is compatible with Android, iOS, and STB devices in India, is the only place where the JioGamesWatch feature can be found.
The video on demand (VOD) feature will give users the ability to subscribe to the creators and influencers of their choosing, and community events will serve as an engagement platform for viewers as well as creators.
It also provides mobile streaming, through which content creators are able to go live on the platform with a variety of resolutions that enable them to stream in FHD (1920x1080p), HD (1280x720p), and so on, all while maintaining a low level of latency.