Here’s the deal. From today (December 12th) to January 9th, we’ll be giving away three Casual Streamer shirts per week. To enter each week, you have to stream using Infiniscene for at least one hour.
Ricki and Matt or TabTargets, are long-time friends who stream together using our dual-stream capability. They caught our eye in the last few weeks after we had watched some of their Division streams and made us laugh with their constant bickering.
Networking is vital when you want to meet more contacts and grow your own following. Here are three easy ways to grow your network right now.
Today, we’re announcing the Streamer Handbook. This is a new addition to our site that’s aimed at providing an all-in-one resource to any streamer who wants to better themselves.
If you’re a streamer yourself, know someone who streams or maybe you just play games then this is the gift guide for you.
No matter what you’re after in a sponsor, the one thing that many companies look for in a potential candidate is what they can do for that company. When approaching a potential sponsor, there are wrong ways to do so and acceptable ways to do so.
Now that our new and improved client is in the wild, we will be getting back to more regularly scheduled changelog releases.
We’ve all seen what a toxic chats look like and know that things can easily get out of hand. On the contrary, sometimes a chat is not toxic but perhaps someone is looking for an answer to something you’ve answered a lot or they just want more ways to engage with your stream. These problems and many others are all solved through moderation and chat bots.
John and Nick both caught our eyes earlier this year when they started to use our software for the remote collaboration tool. Separately located in Hawaii and Japan, the two stream together when they can find any time between their active military duties and having wives and children. Read on for the full interview.
Learn how to get your first Charity stream up and running with this handy guide.