Pokémon Go has taken the world by storm. It’s shot up to #1 in the charts in the iOS / Android stores, it’s surpassing Tinder on daily app installs, it’s approaching Twitter in terms of daily active users, and it has us playing every day. So that’s why we’ve decided to do a giveaway!
We’re happy to announce that we’ve now enabled our users to stream to Facebook with just the click of a button. Now you can stream what you love to do right to your friends, family, or even fans of your own Facebook page.
We moved asset properties, added font previews, chroma key automation in our latest update.
Project duplication, tool-tips, friend invites, and performance improvements in our latest update.
Thinking of trying your hand at live streaming but don’t know where to start? Fear not, we’ve put together some general tips below that should get you pointed in the right direction.
In between working our booth, we also managed to slip away and snap photos from DreamHack’s inaugural North American event. Take a look below at some of our favorite moments throughout the weekend.
When we heard that DreamHack was bringing their expertise to Austin, TX for their first ever American event, we knew we had to go.
We’re shipping off to Boston and we’ve got company! We’re super excited for this event because we not only have one but, TWO partners…
For our second interview, we talked with the man who has the self-proclaimed, “best Twitch chat ever”: APLFisher. Scott discusses his fondest streaming memory, how he picks titles to play, why throwing one-off events are important, and more.
Since going into open beta, we’ve been hard at work identifying bugs that users have seen and now we’ve just pushed an update that should have eradicated them.