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If you are an online gamer who wants to show off your skills in a particular game, live streaming is one of the best ways to get yourself known. Twitch is one such way to highlight your skills and attract some followers who want to see how you play. Twitch is a platform that allows anyone with a good internet connection to easily set up a streaming session and showcase a player’s prowess on a particular game and system. Using a PS4 is one of the systems that will make it easy to stream your game to a community that wants to see your game live and in action.
Twitch is a platform that allows gamers to live stream while playing a game. Not only does it allow gamers to stream; it can also be used by other lifestyle casters. Twitch creates communities around similar interests so everyone can stream, share and watch. If you have a Twitch channel, you can stream or broadcast games and other activities by sharing a screen. What’s on the screen at the transmitter location is what Twitch viewers will see live. Fans and subscribers can watch and listen to the Twitch streamer as they play in real time.
Ibai was close, as if he were a lifelong friend and there Sergio confessed how his day-to-day life will be on Twitch once he returns to training with Manchester City: “When the championship starts I will do it a lot less, maybe once or twice a week. I’ll do it a little bit earlier. It’s going to be a bit of a shame because I liked the vibe and above all that people were very good to me.”
And there he started naming names, of all the streamers and content creators he has connected with these days: “You were the first one I met, they told me who you were, but when Laporte told me to join, I entered and then I saw that in Argentina it was trending. I said, oysters, this Ibai is quite rude. I didn’t know who you were and that’s when I met you. From there DjMario, Coscu, TheGrefg wrote to me and that’s when I started to get to know you”.
To all this we can add that in the house of G2 Esports they had Kun’s shirt, a transfer of confidences with thousands of people enjoying the time as if it were a confession after a City victory, but in the living room of your home and without the pressure of having an interrogation ahead. As natural as these two cracks.
One feature that these online rooms are taking advantage of is the gamification of telework. Some studies speak of a massive growth of work gamification. This study analyzed the potential of this type of system as an agent of business change that can generate a more motivated and engaged workforce.
But in digital life it is taken to the extreme. How? With statistics. A bot in the channel helps you measure how many hours you work per day and in the video interface you can see how many blocks you have completed and how much is left for the break. As people spend hours in the room it adds to their total stats, so every minute you spend there your numbers grow. There are even ranks for people who work more or less: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced…. All with their respective freak nomenclature and their funny emoticons.
But what we are absolutely sure of is that these work systems are helping generation Z and millennials to escape from that loneliness that already seems to be imposed by the new normality of teleworking.
0:07laughing vectortwitch – 13 dec 2018.
“The truth is that I love it,” he confesses in a telephone conversation with this newspaper. “What I want to do after Pasapalabra are streamings [live broadcasts] of two types: musical, that is, me playing the violin and people can ask me in the chat the songs they want. And then, on the other hand, I play Mario and Nintendo video games, and people seem to like it. Doing speedruns and stuff.”
But before that, he has to finish Pasapalabra, either by completing the coveted rosco, or with an opponent who defeats him. No one has managed it yet. Not even Professor Javier Dávila, the former Saber y Ganar supermagnificent, has been able to unseat him yet. Dávila already confessed to this newspaper: “Pablo is very well prepared and he has more possibilities to prepare himself even more”.
When he does not have to record programs, Pablo gets up late, around 9:30. He has the healthy habit of having breakfast. “When I try to take care of myself a little more, I usually have toast with tumaca bread and olive oil for breakfast. When I take a little less care of myself, milk with cereal and cookies. But I try to eat less of that.