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Co-stream the NBA G League on Twitch. Yes, you.

Dec 22 2017

Last week the NBA G League arrived on Twitch with an interactive experience that you can’t get anywhere else. Now, you can be a part of the show and take things to the next level.

Starting today at 7pm PT you can watch and co-stream any NBA G League game streamed on Twitch on your own channel. So bring your hot takes, play-by-play, stat breakdowns, and fan rants because it’s your chance to put your unique spin on the broadcasts. Need a little inspiration? Here’s a highlight from week one.

Now, for the details. One does not simply walk into co-streaming the G League. Here’s how to get started:

First, get your broadcasting software set up.

  1. Set your favorite broadcast software to capture the stream live on twitch.tv/nbagleaguecostreams. This channel has a clean feed without commentary. For more help using your specific software click here.

  2. Set your ‘game’ to NBA G League.

  3. Use the hashtag #NBAGLeagueOnTwitch to spread the word about your co-stream.

Then, for the full NBA G League on Twitch experience, install the NBA G League Extension (seriously, it’s awesome).

  1. On the left side of your dashboard, install the NBA G League Extension in the Extensions Manager.

  2. After it’s installed, make sure to enable the extension. For help, you can see How to Use Extensions.

  3. Select the game you’ll be co-streaming in your live dashboard.

  4. Before you stream, read over the NBA G League guidelines and FAQ right here.

The first co-streamable game airs tonight. Click here for the full list of upcoming games and see our detailed guide if you want more help on co-streaming.

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