Users who spend more than $4.99 will also receive a Twitch Crate that will contain game-specific emotes, a chat badge, or some Bits. The Crates will be randomly generated.
Users worldwide will be able to make purchases through a linked Amazon account. The games will be priced in United States dollars, however, support for additional currencies will be added later this year. Users will be able to download and play their games through the Twitch launcher or services like Uplay.
Twitch’s latest program will be launching some time in Spring 2017. Twitch has not released the names of any upcoming game titles, however, it is working with developers from Ubisoft, Telltale Games, Digital Extremes, Hi Rez Studios, Double Fine Games, Fred Wood, 11Bit, Jackbox Games, tinyBuild, Raw Fury, Devolver Digital, Gambitious, Trion Worlds, Blue Mammoth Games, iNK Stories, Versus Evil, Proletariat, Paradox Interactive, Vlambeer and Campo Santo.