How To Live Stream Mobile Games On Twitch

As Twitch grows increasingly popular amongst the gaming community, more and more streamers are looking to broadcast their gaming chops to the wider world. Up until now, most of the attention was aimed at the PC and console gaming world. XBOX, PlayStation, and modern gaming rigs have (historically) dominated the market due to their high […]

Twitch IRL Streaming Explained

Twitch used to just be for gaming, but with the recent introduction of Twitch IRL Streaming, gaming is now simply one of the many thousands of topics routinely explored on the platform. So let’s take a look at this relatively new (and ragingly popular) streaming category on Twitch. To find out how you can start […]

How To Stream On Twitch: A Complete Guide 2022

Ever wondered how to stream on Twitch? This ultimate guide will walk you through everything you need to know step-by-step. At Lightstream, we love Twitch. With over 2 million daily viewers and a whopping 64% year-over-year increase, Twitch is no doubt the leading platform for live streaming. They’re home to millions of content creators across […]

The Best Webcams for Xbox in 2021

When broadcasting your Xbox gameplay to Twitch with Lightstream Studio, showing your face is essential to engaging with viewers.  It’s easy to open Lightstream in your browser and add your computer’s connected webcam, but for those who want to stream without their computer next to them and still benefit from the overlays & notifications of […]

Mobilecast Tutorial

Take mobile gaming to the next level by live streaming mobile games directly from your iOS & Android device with Mobilecast. Mobilecast gives you the power of cloud-based graphics, overlays & alerts without specialized hardware & software to stream the hottest mobile games. Getting Started To get started, you’ll need a mobile device and a […]

Friends Don’t Let Friends Stream Alone – Multiplayer Lightstream Setup Part II

Welcome to Part II of Friends Don’t Let Friends Stream Alone. Let’s pick up where we left off. To avoid having too much audio and video distraction, the Lightstream team creates multiple scenes to switch between, with each scene featuring a different player. You can actually include even more players across the different scenes. Feature […]

Browser Screenshare joins the Gamer project!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MtZmowcymCc Today we’re excited to announce we’ve added the Screenshare layer to our Gamer projects! A lot of you may be wondering: “Does this mean we can stream computer games in the Gamer project?” Unfortunately not just yet as that’s not what that layer type is meant for, but computer game capture is on our […]