Opera GX Gaming Browser launched With Twitch Integration

Opera GX Gaming Browser

Opera Browser seems to have taken the gaming to the next level. Yes, you read that right, ahead of E3 2019, The Opera has unveiled gaming browser name Opera GX with Twitch Integration for the people who love playing games on PC or Laptop. The Opera GX World’s First Gaming Browser has been specially designed for gamers but there are end numbers of features available in the browser that non-gamer people might find them useful. In Opera GX Gaming Browser, the company has given us an option to block ads. Notably, Opera GX lets gamers control their computer CPU and memory usage to make gaming and streaming smoother.

The control panel of the browser is a brand new feature which allows you to define how much of your computer’s CPU or RAM are willing to let the browser use. You can also choose a certain percentage of the computer’s resource to the browser by toggling the circle. Unlike other browsers, Opera GX will give full control of your gaming and browsing experiences. We introduced this feature because running a game might require a lot of effort from your machine, even more so if you are streaming while you play.

We found that many gamers often shut down their browsers in order to not slow down their gaming experience. Thanks to GX Control, games can run more smoothly without requiring you to compromise on what you do on the Web. Talking about its Twitch feature, Opera GX’s Twitch integration is another handy feature, it lets you log into your Twitch account directly from the sidebar and will notify you when a streamer you follow goes live. Opera GX also has a GX Corner a source of getting gaming news, deals and information about new and interesting releases. To know more about the Opera GX browser you can click here.

Opera GX Gaming Browser Intro Video

Opera GX includes the standard Opera browser features such as free VPN, ad blocker, and pop-out access for Facebook Messenger, Telegram, and WhatsApp. The browser also comes with an array of sound and lighting effects. By default, the browser comes in black color with a red accent. In essence, Opera GX is simply the regular desktop Opera web browser, coupled with a bunch of new and useful features. There’s no official word on when Opera GX will ship for non-Windows devices. As of now, it’s available in a preview version on Windows in case you want to give it a shot.