With the Raptr reboot, the focus on a program that would optimize a game's graphics and video recording was just the beginning. It was half of the formula as the service adjusted setting so players could get the best experience while letting them share it with the world. It was a good idea but the only problem that Raptr faced was that even with one-click sharing less than 1 percent of videos were shared, the company's founder Dennis Fong said.
The company had the tools but it didn't have the social network where gamers could share their videos, and that's where Plays.tv comes in. "People generally think that Facebook and Twitter aren't a good place to share videos," he said. "There's no sense of community."