Trending: Microsoft rolls out support for tough federal security standards to all U.S. Azure regions ahead of JEDI contract decision now officially owns Twitch, as the Seattle online giant noted the completed acquisition today in an SEC filing. Amazon announced its $970 million acquisition of the game-streaming site — the company’s biggest in its 21-year history — on Aug. 25.

Twitch, which lets users stream their video game sessions, has more than 55 million monthly active users and has raised $35 million since debuting in 2011. The company’s CEO, Emmett Shear, said earlier this month that he sold Twitch to Amazon — rather than Google, which had been pursuing the site — to maintain independence. Meanwhile, Amazon said that Twitch was an “awesome fit” with its culture.

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