Riot Games releases an album of royalty-free music for Twitch streamers

Riot Games is not new to music making. K/DA is the studio's virtual band, and its latest musical project is a departure. Riot has released Sessions: Vi on Friday. It is a 37-track album that features instrumental beats and contributions by artists such as Chromonicci, Junior State, and others. The best part about Sessions: Vi is that streaming and content creators have unlimited access to all songs. Riot hopes that the album and any future versions will ease some copyright headaches Twitch streamers have been dealing with for a lot of the past year. Twitch received a sudden influx DMCA takedown notices at the beginning of June. Most of the targeted broadcasts were archived broadcasts that had been available on Twitch for many years. Although the company tried a number of methods to stop more takedown notifications coming in, these efforts have not seemed to have solved the problem. Twitch received approximately 1,000 additional DMCA notifications in May. These notices could be considered a ban for some streamers. Sessions: Vi can be streamed on Apple Music, Spotify, and YouTube.


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