YouTube tests Playables online gaming feature


In the context of more and more companies wanting to share in the huge revenue of the gaming industry, YouTube also announced new information about feature testing Playables. If everything goes according to plan, video viewers will be able to play the game directly on the video sharing platform. This means PC users can experience the game on YouTube’s website through a browser, while mobile users will experience it using the YouTube app on iOS and Android.

Information about the feature was revealed in June, but at the time only YouTube employees had access to test the service. Currently, new information about the feature has been updated through YouTube’s support service. The Playables feature is in testing.​


Youtube has selected a number of users to test Playable. Users will receive notifications in their “Home Feeds” section. Progress in Playables games can also be controlled through YouTube History, meaning users can “reset” the game. The list of games appearing in Playables is still a mystery, but Stack Bounce is one of the games tested by Youtube staff.

The Playables update reads as follows: “Playables are games that can be played directly on YouTube using both desktop and mobile devices. If you participate in this test, you’ll see a section on YouTube called Playables appear alongside other content on the Home Feed. We’re starting to test this feature with a limited number of users. You can view and control your Playables history and game progress play saved in YouTube History.”​

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