Not familiar with the app? GNOME Twitch allows you to view the stream with Twitch.tv without using Adobe Flash.
With the app you can search and browse channels by name or the name of the game, manage your favourites to easily find again these channels (and receive alerts at the beginning of the broadcast) and more. All this is available without login Twitch.tv! Content management Easily browse and search channels and games. Keep track of your follows whether you have a Twitch account or not. Awesome player and chat A super fast, hardware-accelerated player, with 4 available backends, plus a fully integrated native chat, makes for a fantastic viewing experience. Plus much more! GNOME Twitch is packed with cool features and development is constantly on-going, bringing heaps of new stuff straight to you. Twitch GNOME is an open source application that works wherever GTK. You can download the source code of the latest version from Github or wait for the corresponding update in the PPA-repository of the GNOME Twitch (though this has not happened for year, and I'm not sure what will happen). Installation latest version into Linux Mint: Twitch GNOME is available to install using the Flatpak. You first need to install Flatpac