What you need to know
- Mixer is a livestreaming platform now owned by Microsoft.
- Another of its co-founders, Matt Salsamendi, is leaving Microsoft.
- He's planning on doing a project with lasers.
- It's unclear what he plans to do aside from that at the moment.
Mixer is an interactive livestreaming platform along the lines of Twitch. Today, another one of its co-founders, Matt Salsamendi, announced that he was leaving Microsoft for new business ventures. A post on Twitter says that Salsamendi plans to work with lasers in some capacity in the future.
After 5 incredible years, tomorrow will be my last day at Mixer. A bit about the story of Beam and what's next for me below. Thank you, for everything.💙 pic.twitter.com/bvAktSSpPh— Matt (@MattSalsamendi) October 10, 2019
It's unclear what Salsamendi plans to do next, aside from lasers, but we'll keep you posted as soon as we know more. Hopefully, it'll be another meaningful endeavor like Mixer which provides more options for gamers. However, if you see a unique laser display in the near future at an electronic concert, we know who's going to be behind it.
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