Mixer, a streaming service for video games by Microsoft is now available in 21 languages around the world. Support for more languages has been the platform’s number one most requested feature. Microsoft Mixer offers users real-time participation or viewing capabilities in live game streams, making both sides connect and engage with one another to create a new gaming experience.

According to Josh Stein, PM for Mixer Community and Social Lead on Mixer’s blog, the goal of the device has always been to connect broadcasters and viewers around the globe. “It’s been amazing to see our community grow internationally this year. With this global growth, the number one piece of feedback we’ve seen is added language support. As a diverse group ourselves, ensuring creators and their viewers stay connected in their language of choice is important, no matter what country they’re from or the language they speak”, said Stein.

Microsoft mixer live streaming games

Here’s the full list of languages now available:

  • Chinese (Simplified and traditional)
  • Danish (da-DK)
  • Dutch (nl-NL)
  • English (en-GB) and (en-US)
  • Finnish (fi-FI)
  • French (fr-FR)
  • German (de-DE)
  • Italian (it-IT)
  • Japanese (ja-JP)
  • Korean (ko-KR)
  • Norwegian (nb-NO)
  • Polish (pl-PL)
  • Portuguese (pt-BR) and (pt-PT)
  • Russian (ru-RU)
  • Spanish (es-ES) and (es-MX)
  • Swedish (sv-SE)
  • Turkish (tr-TR)

If gamers want to change the language from the default English option, they can do so by going to their account settings and scrolling to the bottom to find the new options. This new update of Mixer is going up against its competitor, Twitch. Owned by Twitch Interactive (a subsidiary of Amazon), the live streaming video platform already has a variety of language options.  

You can use Mixer on your Xbox One, Windows 10 computer, or even iOS and Android devices.