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post good Twitch TV links to watch Roll20 people playing. New Roll20 Tag added on Twitch


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Twitch TV is a website and community of people watching & streaming games, mostly video games, but some groups broadcast their tabletop game sessions on there, and a growing number of groups use Roll20 and broadcast their games. D&D Tag on Twitch One of the best Tag pages on Twitch to find games using Roll20 to watch has been the D&D tag, <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a>... Another game that has a Tag page is Numenara, <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a> New Roll20 Tag on Twitch Recently they've added a Roll20 Virtual Tabletop tag -- a new tag page to find games to watch, <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a>... What other Tags are people using for games where they're actually using Roll20? Following channels and subscribing to regular broadcasters is also a popular way to find streams to watch on Twitch. What are your favorite channels? Is anyone on the Roll20 Forums a Twitch broadcaster? There have been older threads about this but no recent threads open for new posts. With Roll20 announcing the new Tag that's on Twitch today on Twitter @Roll20app (see below for the actual tweet), I wondered what everyone's favorite links are for finding this kind of games to watch. Congrats to Roll20 on this new development on Twitch. P.S. Also worth noting, Google owner of YouTube is reportedly moving towards buying Twitch for more than $1 Billion. Roll20app announced on Twitter today
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Baked Beans from the community forum showed me this. <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a> Now you can go on the Games page of Twitch, and it has a Search bar there where you can type in "Roll20" and it will produce the link to the tag for Roll20 Virtual Tabletop (to watch games on there). You can also type "Dungeons" and one of the games listed that comes up is Dungeons & Dragons (among the many computer games that also have Dungeon in the title). Both tag pages have actual Roll20 games in progress for live viewing or recorded videos to watch. This search method didn't work previously, Today it is working fine.