It’s official. Tamago team announced that on December 31, 2019, their platform Tamago Live is now officially closed. It is because their business by maintaining it is quite challenging.
Tamago team also said that the platform it is commercially unfeasible for them to continue operating under the current circumstances. Tamago team didn’t explain this circumstances as of now.
Many Tamago Live streamers like Gloco, Een, Riku and others are currently worried how to start streaming on another platform again. Many streamers confirmed that will be moved to Facebook Gaming, YouTube Gaming and Twitch for gamers, while some will be on FB Live, YouTube and Instagram for stars.
Here are some of their reactions from Tamago streamers after this announcement:
The official statement from the Tamago app is out. I'll say mine as soon as I get home.— Caster Riku @ The Esports Center (@RikuCasts) December 3, 2018
But TLDR: Tamago will cease to operate this month.
Goodbye Tamago. It was short but fun ride.
Now - where to stream? 🤔
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. Tamago is closing down.— GLOCO🌐 (@GLOCOgaming) December 3, 2018
My Live streams will be done in Youtube for the time being. 🙂 pic.twitter.com/OzfioDbaYQ
heart breaking news... 😢 pic.twitter.com/6WYRsmFFlw— L e e (@LeeSepagan) December 3, 2018
You can view the Public announcement for closure here on this web page.
Source: Tamago Live