You’re a gamer, so you know the choice of what to watch is almost overwhelming. With so many YouTube channels, streaming services, gaming personalities and esports tournaments, staying informed of the now and next can be a full-time job. That’s why the Joystick app exists. It delivers the freshest gaming content to your Android or iOS device, lovingly attuned to match your personal preferences, and it’s available to download right now.
Joystick reflects how the way we engage with games has changed. It’s no longer just about strolling to the shops to buy a magazine, or waiting for your favourite website to load so you can passively read the news. Modern gamers require an app that’s immediate, informed and effortless. You’re always on the move, and want to know what’s happening right now, at the bleeding edge of the gaming community. The Joystick App delivers that.
This revolutionary new app lets you watch every live tournament and catch up with your favourite pro gamers, as well as delivering essential gaming news and reviews. You’re probably used to collating a patchwork of gaming info from other social media channels, but nothing else is dedicated to games in the same way as Joystick. If you’re looking at Twitter or Facebook, for instance, there’s a chance you’ll get Game of Thrones spoilers and dank memes thrown into the mix. With the Joystick app, it’s all gaming, all the time.
It’s still all about choice though - the Joystick app is designed to give you exactly what you want, when you want it, with a feed designed to reflect your interests. It’s all on a single platform, but you can still choose what you want to see. Joystick helps you reach a rich, diverse range of amazing stuff, from the widest variety of sources.
If you’re the sort of gamer who wants to see the streams everyone else missed, and hear the latest news from the biggest voices in the industry, this is the app for you. But honestly, don’t just take our word for it: download the Joystick app now, and get the best gaming world has to offer without any of the fuss.
Last updated 9 Jun 2016