TL;DR: Stream smarter with a lifetime subscription to XSplit Broadcaster Premium, on sale for just $79 — a 60% discount — as of Oct. 9.


There’s a massive market for livestreaming video games. About 50 percent of people between the ages of 13 and 39 have watched other people play video games online, which has led to a revenue forecast of $1.084 billion in 2021. In other words, there’s certainly a lot of money to be made if you’re willing to play video games in front of an internet audience.

Of course, to make it in the world of video game livestreaming, you’ll need a few tools to set you apart from the crowd. For one thing: XSplit Broadcaster.

One of the best all-in-one streaming and recording applications for content creation, XSplit Broadcaster powers some of the biggest events in gaming, e-sports, and beyond. It’s ideal for game streamers, but in reality, can be used for just about any live or recorded production. It has impressive functionality and lets you drag, drop, and resize as many media sources as you wish to in a broadcast — from adding Skype calls to gifs to web pages. You can see all of your video sources at a glance, then simply rearrange things in any order you want. It’s really as easy as what you see is what you get.

Stream right to your favorite platform — Twitch, YouTube, etc. — in just a few clicks via XSplit’s own plugins or with a custom RTMP. You can even stream and record multiple outputs at once if you need to.
There are built-in tools for editing your content, so you can make sure it looks professional before sharing it with the world. Plus, there are multiple audio tracks for you to adjust the sound in each scene, so you’ll never blast someone’s eardrums during an intense scene. There are even built-in tools for sharing via social channels. Everything you could possibly need to record high-quality livestreams is covered.

For a limited time, you can sign up for a lifetime subscription to XSplit Broadcaster for just $79 (regularly $200) and kick off your own Twitch streaming career in your spare time. You’re already playing video games anyway, so why not make some money off of it?



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