In addition to creating your own videos, signing up for an account will allow you to message and interact with other users, follow streams, and more.
Once you have created your account, I recommend going to the Twitch settings, clicking on the Channel and Videos tab, and checking the "Automatically archive my broadcasts" box.
To broadcast, open the game you would like to play and say "Xbox Broadcast." You can also start the broadcast inside of the Twitch app.
To stop your broadcast, use the voice command "Xbox Stop Broadcast."Streaming from a PC isn't nearly as easy as it is on the PS4 or Xbox One, but it's nothing you can't handle.
This won't save old streams forever, however they will be stored on your channel for the next 14 days. You can stream games directly from your Play Station 4 or Xbox One game consoles, or on your PC using additional software.
You will also have the ability to export older broadcasts to You Tube and create video highlights that will be saved on your Twitch channel forever. It's relatively easy to stream on the Play Station 4.
Without the license, your HD streams will include a watermark of the company's logo and your frame-per-second will be limited.
As is the case with streaming on the PS4 and Xbox One, you will also want a camera and a stable Internet connection, in addition to a headset with a microphone.
There are a variety of programs available for broadcasting your gameplay, but I found the easiest way to stream is using a software called XSplit Gamecaster.
Most people aren't going to watch a streamer who plays an unpopular game.
The people I spoke to recommended choosing new games or older ones with large followings.
Once it has been installed, open the app and click on Broadcast.