Continued from the previous article, here are the recommendations for streaming applications to play games. Good luck.
Smashcast is a live streaming platform in collaboration with two similar platforms, namely Azubu and Hitbox in 2017. One of the factors most considered by streamers or viewers from Smashcast is its interaction feature.
To fulfill this demand, Smashcast presents the “Hype-o-Meter” feature which viewers can use to support their favorite streamers. Then, they also ensure that the interaction between streamer and viewer is truly real-time without delay.
In addition, Smashcast has also been integrated with a chat platform for a popular community among gamers, namely Discord. So, users can easily connect their Discord account with their Smashcast account.
For those who are curious about Smashcast’s live streaming game application, you can download it on Google Play and the App Store. Or visit it directly via a web browser.
6. Nimo TV
Nimo TV is a live streaming game application managed by HUYA Inc .. This one service is quite famous among gamers from Southeast Asia including Indonesia. This application is also home to several well-known game players, one of which is Jess no Limit.
Through this platform you can stream several popular games such as Mobile Legends, PlayerUnknown’s Battleground (PUBG), Fortnite, Dota and many more. In addition, Nimo TV also provides live online access for various e-sports events and tournaments. The Nimo TV application is available for Android and iOS users and can be accessed directly through the official website.
The next live streaming game application is Mobcrush. This application provides live streaming services for any gameplay ranging from mobile games, PC games to console games. One of the great things about this app is that users can re-stream live gameplay via other platforms such as Twitch, Mixer, YouTube and Facebook.
For those who are interested in the Mobcrush platform, you can enjoy it for free through an application that can be downloaded on Google Play and the App Store or by visiting the Mobcrush website.
8. Omlet Arcade
Omlet Arcade is a live streaming game application specifically provided for mobile games. Of course this application can support almost all mobile games, such as PUBG mobile, Minecraft, Fortnite, Call of Duty, Clash Royale and others.
To support interaction between users, Omlet Arcade provides real-time group voice chat. Then, this application is integrated with YouTube, Facebook and Twitch, so that your gameplay can also be broadcast through the application.
For those who just want to watch live streaming, you don’t need to create an account. However, if you want to leave comments or start a live streaming broadcast, you are required to create an account first. This application can be enjoyed by Android and iOS users or access it through the official Omelet Arcade website.
DLive is a live streaming platform based on blockchain technology. Although relatively new to the world of live streaming games, Dlive has its own uniqueness, namely that they do not take advantage of advertising. 90.1% of the profits they get from subscription and gift revenue will go to the creators.
Another thing that makes gamers interested in this platform is a well-known YouTuber with more than 100 million subscribers, namely PewDiePie exclusively using this platform to stream its gameplay videos in 2019. Dlive is available for Android and iOS devices and can be accessed via the website. officially.
Through this application users can live stream any mobile game using one button without the help of a PC or additional software. Apart from using mobile devices, this platform can also be used for live streaming via PC devices. You can also share the live streaming broadcast on various social media platforms.
The live streaming service for Nexplay games can be enjoyed through the mobile application available for Android and iOS or you can also visit the Nexplay website.
Those are the 10 recommendations for live streaming game applications for those who want to watch the gameplay of pro gamers or who want to try their luck to become a streamer.