Streamers can play Twitch Sings by choosing one of the game’s available songs, giving their fans the power to choose what they should sing or asking friends or fans to join them for duets.
In its announcement, Twitch says it decided to close the platform to “invest in broader tools and services that will help support and grow the entire music community on Twitch.
Before Twitch officially pulls the game, it’s giving loyal fans a treat — something to keep them singing until New Years Day.
The company will start removing Sings videos and clips on December 1st “per [its] contractual obligations,” but the game itself will only stop working on January 1st.
As PC Gamer notes, though, the Twitch Sings channel only has 161,000 followers, even though the Music category it’s under has 3. 6 million.