Microsoft Announces Partnership with Medal.tv for Xbox Clips

The partnership will see improved gameplay clips for your most important frags on the Xbox platform.

Medal.tv is one of the fastest-growing game capture platforms out there, and in an effort to broaden their reach they have snagged a high-profile partnership with Xbox custodians, Microsoft. The partnership, according to Medal.tv’s Medium post, will see Xbox players seamlessly syncing their most prized gameplay clips across the whole ecosystem and painlessly share it with their friends. Check out the trailer below.

In addition to the tons of features available now, Medal.tv also separates itself from the competition with a prolific editing tool, allowing players to touch-up their gameplay clips for a bit more personality. The game capture platform also allows players to share their clips on various social networks with a single press of a button. Medal.tv also boasts a continually growing community, and there’s a big chance that your hardcore fragging clip goes viral on the platform if it gets enough upvotes, much like the other social network Reddit.

Medal.tv also makes use of a mobile app, allowing players and users to view and share their clips on the go. Besides these amazing features, you can also edit your clips via the PC Desktop app. In the future, Medal.tv says that this feature will also be available on mobile devices, allowing you to edit your clips even when you’re not in front of your PC.

Medal.tv also released a tutorial video to get you up to speed with using it with your Xbox gameplay clips. Check it out below.

Microsoft’s partnership with Medal.tv should prove to be interesting, as the platform is looking to differentiate themselves from other gameplay capture platforms with a robust social media network. While Microsoft’s past venture into game capture/streaming may have been a flop (remember Mixer?) it will be interesting to see how things will go this time around with Medal.tv.

Kenneth Araullo
A writer specializing in video games, with two years of writing experience backed by a decade and a half of playing games. A PC Gamer and Dota 2 enthusiast at heart (will also take the occasional Switch title every now and then), he has reviewed multiple titles across many genres, and reported on many, many more.