Valve has introduced Steam Link Anywhere service that allows users to play games from their personal library on a client device outside of your local network.
This Friday, Valve has accidentally debuted a Twitch-like live streaming platform called Steam TV, showcasing a stream from Valve’s own annual Dota 2 tournament, The International 2018.
Apple’s Phil Schiller has explained the reason behind the rejection of Steam Link in an email, claiming the Valve app violates a number of guidelines – hinting Steam storefront and connected functions as the problem areas.
According to a recent report, China has blocked access to the Steam Community, which includes forums, user profile pages, and inventories.
Valve’s Steam has reached a new milestone by surpassing 14 million concurrent users and peaked at 14,207,039.