Language not available Language not available Language not available

This post is not available in your language. Here are some other options:

A step-by-step guide to Co-streaming E3 on Twitch

Jun 8 2017 - By Brian

E3 on Twitch begins on Saturday, June 10, and with it comes the return of Co-streaming. Hold your applause, please!

Sure, we have an amazing E3 live show planned for you, but maybe you think you could host it better? Or, maybe you want to kick back and enjoy the trailers and news with just your community? Be our guest, friends. Whatever your reason, we’re not here to judge. In fact, we‘d like to help you out.

Below are step-by-step guides on how to Co-stream E3 using either OBS or XSplit. Literally, it’s time to get your stream on.

How to Co-stream Twitch’s E3 Show with OBS

  1. In OBS, look to the “Sources” panel on the lower left and click the “+” icon

  2. Select “BrowserSource” from the menu

  1. A new screen will open. In the URL field, add the URL for the Twitch stream you’d like to co-stream — twitch.tv/twitch/embed or twitch.tv/twitchpresents/embed

  1. If needed, change the width, height, and FPS to match your stream settings in OBS. Click “OK” to close that window, and then press “Start Streaming”

  2. In your Twitch dashboard, set your game to “E3 2017” and begin streaming

  3. You are co-streaming E3. How does it feel to be a winner?

How to Co-stream Twitch’s E3 Show with XSplit

  1. First, ensure you are using XSplit Version 3.0.1 or higher only

  2. Locate the “Add” button and select “Webpage”

  3. In the URL field, add the URL for the Twitch stream you’d like to co-stream — twitch.tv/twitch/embed or twitch.tv/twitchpresents/embed

  4. If needed, change the width, height, and FPS to match your stream settings in XSplit.

  5. In your Twitch dashboard, set your game to “E3 2017” and begin streaming

  6. You have ascended. Immortality is yours

How to Help sell Humble Bundle’s E3 Digital Ticket on Your Channel Page

From June 11–18, Twitch will be partnering with Humble Bundle to sell the Humble Bundle Digital Ticket on Twitch from any streamer’s page. Humble will be giving over half of the proceeds to the ESA Foundation, which helps charities like Extra Life, the Boys & Girls Clubs of America, Vision Quest, and many others.

**We’ve done the work, so any streamer who wants to help sell the bundle can participate. All you have to do to make the buy button appear is include #E3DT in your stream’s title.

Just go to your dashboard and drop #E3DT alongside your title, It’s basically sorcery.

Partners and Affiliates will earn a percentage of any sales that come from their channel page, but we encourage all other streamers to join in and help contribute to charity as well!

In other news