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Photo: Hopix Art (Shutterstock) Twitch streaming integration has returned to Xbox consoles. Microsoft dropped Twitch integration back in 2017 in favor of its own streaming platform called Mixer, which is now defunct, but Xbox players can once again watch and broadcast on Twitch directly from their Xbox One or Xbox Series X/S dashboard without the need for extra equipment or apps. Xbox users can also get push notifications on their console when streamers they follow go live. The return of Twitch integration on Xbox One and Series X/S is welcome, but before you can go live you, need to sync your Twitch account to your Xbox. How to link your Twitch account on Xbox Open the Xbox guide on your Xbox One or Series X/S and tab over to the “Capture and Share” menu. Select “Live Streaming.” You will be prompted to link your Twitch account. You can complete this step by either scanning the QR code with your smartphone, or entering the URL on your PC or other internet-connected device. Sign into Twitch when prompted, and follow any further on-screen instructions to complete the process. One your account is linked, you can get notifications on your Xbox when a streamer you follow is live. You can enable this in the Xbox guide menu under Settings > Preferences > Notifications. How to go live on Twitch from an Xbox console Screenshot: Microsoft Make sure your mic/headset and webcam (if you have one) are connected to your console and properly […]