Tag: live streaming


Stre.am changes directions and plans to start focusing on mobile eSports livestreaming

There are only a few applications for mobile devices in that ‘instant streaming’ category of things. One of those is Periscope, where you start up the application on your phone or tablet and using your devices and the Periscope app, stream whatever you are doing in real life to people who feel like tuning in to watch. This can be anything from event coverage and interviews at shows like E3, down to watching someone eat french fries.


Kamcord’s new update now allows for live gameplay streaming from any Android device

Kamcord, the company that live streams mobile gaming, has announced an update to their streaming services today. Up until now, the previous setup with Kamcord (and other apps for that matter) for streaming required special hookups and a desktop machine. Now, anyone with an Android device is able to stream their gameplay at any time, something that YouTube Gaming recently added to their application as well.


Stage TEN announces a new broadcasting platform for eSports coverage

The live game streaming and eSports industries are still pretty new, even with how popular and big they already are. Mobile is just starting to get into the action and is expected to surpass console and PC streaming when it finally comes into full being. With TwitchCon only a few more days away, companies are already starting to announce their new products and one of those new goodies is a company called Stage TEN.


DeNA has launched their own live streaming platform called Mirrativ, currently in beta form

It looks like the live streaming platforms wars may be starting to heat up. Right now there is Twitch, the newly launched YouTube Gaming, MobCrush (currently in beta for iOS, coming to Android soon), and now there is Mirrativ from DeNA (beta on Android, coming soon to iOS). Mirrativ is now considered in open beta although there are certainly times that streaming is allowed right now. When it fully launched though, you will be able to stream whenever you want.


Watch Gameloft live stream Modern Combat 5: Blackout, Rival Knights and more at E3 2014

Gameloft is holding another live stream and this time it is at E3 2014. A lot of companies are doing this now and, of course, E3 being the biggest video game conference there would be plenty of live streams. However Gameloft is streaming some Modern Combat 5: Blackout (with its price just being confirmed as $6.99 at launch) goodness with a little Rival Knights mixed into the stream and possibly some other goodies as well.