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OBS update 25: everything you need to know! Today the StreamGeeks will review the latest OBS release. OBS 25 is now available in a BETA. The new features include SRT Support, T-Bar Support, Browser Source improvements, New Layouts, Drag and Drop Overlays and much more. As always, there are a bunch of new features for […]

The world’s biggest work-from-home experiment has been triggered by the Coronavirus, forcing companies around the world to put travel-bans in place for the safety of their employees (CNN, 2020). Major world organizations such as the IMF and the World Bank are officially considering virtual meetings to avoid the spread of the  coronavirus (Reuters, 2020). Helping […]

The world of live streaming and internet broadcasting has become increasingly important for many businesses and entrepreneurs who want to share their message with the world. Live streaming is also one of the fastest-growing segments of the entertainment industry. Even so, it seems like everyone is still figuring out industry best practices and this includes […]

As one of the world’s fastest-growing entertainment segments, streaming is still largely dominated by a few professional options when it comes to broadcasting and production, OBS or Open Broadcast Software being one of the marquee options for many streamers. Professional streaming often requires mastery of a number of things, especially if you aim to recreate […]

TwitchTV (previously JustinTV) is an online live-streaming platform where users can broadcast their activities to viewers. Initially made for gamers to stream video games, the platform has grown to include art, an IRL section where people can show “Vlog inspired” or, “Interactive content”, as well as a “Just Chatting” section where streamers talk to their […]

  With new games coming out every month, you may think it could be a near-impossible task for parents and coaches to keep up with the latest video games. Should parents be worried about any potential harmful influences video games can have on their children? How will esports coaches discourage video games with mature and […]

Why you should host an esports tournament Esports tournaments provide an amazing opportunity for students interested in video games to get out of their at-home gaming area and into a community environment. While many parents see video gaming as a solo activity, there are a variety of ways that kids can now become involved in […]

You may be thinking to yourself, “Hey, I’m a good candidate for helping my school start an esports club.” Many school districts do not yet have esports set up as an official sport and therefore, creating a club may be the best place to start. Until competitive esports become an official sport at your school, […]

Established colleges and universities are now starting to offer esports programs across the United States and the world. Today, there are more than 125 varsity level esports programs registered with the national governing body NACE (National Association of Collegiate Esports). Educational organizations that have long been on the spectator side of online gaming are now […]

Esports has come a very long way from the inconspicuous beginnings of October 1972, when Stanford Artificial Intelligence Lab (Los Altos, California) hosted the first-ever competitive video game event. What used to be viewed as a teenage obsession, reserved for adolescents who had a hard time making friends in real life (at least, in parents’ […]


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