Are you new to live streaming? Do you have content you want to share with the world? We have compiled a list of some of the biggest live streaming platforms. This list should not be considered as complete and will be updated on a regular basis.
Twitch Twitch is a live streaming video platform owned by Twitch Interactive, a subsidiary of Amazon. It’s the largest video gaming platform in both terms of viewers and streamers. Twitch also features IRL and creative sections and is also broadcasting such as music and sports events. www.twitch.tv
Mixer is a live streaming video platform owned by Microsoft. It focuses on video gaming but also features IRL and creative sections. It’s known for its low latency and encourages real-time interaction between streamers and their viewers. www.mixer.com
Youtube Live & YoutubeGaming
YouTube is the world’s largest and probably most well known video-sharing website. Youtube also offers the possibility to live stream on the platform. There’s a general Live section as well as a designated Gaming section. www.gaming.youtube.com
Being the largest social media platform in the world, Facebook needs no introduction. Just like the platforms described above Facebook Live offers support for streaming from external cameras and incorporating professional capabilities. www.live.fb.com
Periscope is a live video streaming app for Android and iOS and was acquired by Twitter before it launched in 2015. www.periscope.tv