Audiochat rooms, those spaces in which users can participate in a live conversation as if it were a talk or online presentation, have become a priority for many social platforms after the success experienced by Clubhouse in the first months of the year.
Amazon could integrate its audiochat service with Twitch
Although the euphoria has faded a bit, in these months Twitter has launched Twitter Spaces, Spotify has Greenroom, its own audio chat rooms, and also Facebook has them ready, ready to be tested by a small group of users.
More online companies have shown interest in having their own audio chat rooms, such as Discord, Reddit, and even LinkedIn is working on them. Now we know that there is another Internet giant who wants to have their own copy of Clubhouse, too. It’s about Amazon.
Jeff Bezos’ company is making a strong investment to develop your own audio chat room platform. In this case, the firm wants to focus on the possibility of broadcasting live music formats, as well as podcasts, thus launching itself to compete directly with Spotify.
Having its own audiochat platform would also allow Amazon to offer lots of exclusive content on Amazon Music and also through their smart speakers and virtual assistant, Alexa.
It is known that the company is already in talks with major record companies and music producers to also close the development of live events on the platform with top-level artists.
According to the specialized portal Axios, Amazon is even considering integrating the audio chat room creation tool into its live video service Twitch.