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We are currently in the exploration phase of some possible opportunities that may allow DevStrike! forum members a chance to expand their streaming audience.  If you currently stream World of Warships on Twitch, please message me directly and address the questions below to help us decide on this topic and possible best solutions to address it in the future.

  • What is the primary purpose of your stream?  Examples:  Entertainment, teaching, community building, etc.
  • What battle scenario does your stream focus on?  Examples: Co-op, random, ranked, operations, or "it just depends," etc.
  • When streaming, what game server are you using?  NA, EU, or Asia.
  • Do you allow viewers to join your active streams?  Examples: Team building, teaching, or analysis of replays.
  • Do you use Discord or another platform for voice communications during a stream if the player is invited to play?  
  • What is the primary stream language you use?  (Remember, our community is global)
  • Do you have a schedule of your streams?  How do you currently communicate when you are streaming online?

If you have other comments or suggestions, please include them.  The more information we have on how you stream and what you would like to accomplish, the more can formulate any future plans and ideas.

Again, this is something we are exploring and have not committed to at the present time.  Your input would be most appreciated in helping a possible way forward for this opportunity.  Please send your comments directly to me @HogHammer.  Thanks!
 

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Once you get some interest, I find it helpful for instance that Lord_Zath mentions on the forum when he will be on stream so we know.

I find his stream would address many of your questions as it is one of the better ones particularly in english. [NA server as you probably know.]

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The "CC/Community Contributors" offer quite a lot for viewers in terms of entertainment, learning various aspects of the game, and becoming a better player.  @Lord_Zath really does an excellent job and is extremely helpful to the community.  

Prior to us launching DevStrike! I was not big on Twitch as a viewing platform.  If I wanted information, I just searched YouTube.  I have, however, found Twitch extremely valuable in real time for learning and observing tactics and strategy as the game unfolds.  Overall, I view it as another valuable piece of instruction to improve my skills.  For example, I wanted to improve my cruiser skills and found that John_The_Ruthless was streaming.  Just watching his skill in positioning and other techniques he employs during a battle was well worth my time and helped me tremendously.  

Many here may know of CCs that are present in their own region (game server). Still, there are many very good CCs in other regions that contribute to the game's overall health and player knowledge that many have no idea about.  Hopefully, we can make members more aware of these streamers in the future.

Those that are not CCs, perhaps several currently on the forum and stream, may also benefit players, hence our interest.  It is just a way to discover all the possible tools we have available that could potentially help improve a player's skill and knowledge.

Perhaps when we get a better understanding of these streamers and what they can offer, we can come up with a better solution to help not only those who stream but provide additional help and instruction for our forum members.

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2 minutes ago, Wolfswetpaws said:

I think this sounds like a good idea.

I can't imagine having too much information !  Good Lord, just starting this game is a Cold Stone B*#%& that turns off a lot of new players...!  If our streamers can solve many issues and problems, why not have a Library run by a CM on this site.  One person to interact with the "horde of CC's and amateur pundits...

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6 hours ago, thornzero said:

Once you get some interest, I find it helpful for instance that Lord_Zath mentions on the forum when he will be on stream so we know.

I find his stream would address many of your questions as it is one of the better ones particularly in english. [NA server as you probably know.]

there is simple FOLLOW option on his stream, its not that hard to click it

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12 hours ago, Wulf_Ace said:

there is simple FOLLOW option on his stream, its not that hard to click it

Wow, thanks for the brilliant insight of the obvious. I go on twitch for two reasons. One to see pro players and learn something and two for drops. Following doesn't necessarily state the schedule of the streamers and my comment was for insight to new streamers, which must not been as obvious as your insightfulness. Thanks for the effort nonetheless.

p.s. I would point out that Lord_Zath has no schedule on his page like the WoWs guys and further, he streams a lurk mode day and night so I look for his 'beacon' when he posts on devstrike that he is actually going to be on, and doing replays.

Cheers.

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Many WoWs related game play streamers don't have a set schedule, while some are on routinely during various days.  Perhaps the easiest way is just to follow, and as mentioned previously, you will get a "beacon" indicator next to their name if you are on Twitch.  As I mentioned earlier, we are exploring this streaming option to help not only members who may stream but also CCs and a possible way to integrate streaming schedules or notices for the benefit of forum members.  Currently just exploring any possible solutions as to any potential integration into the forum.  By the way, those who have responded to my questions, thank you very much - still would like some more feedback, so don't be shy.

Twitch.png.7655d8f27e833cee8904b9c2ee44a6b6.png   An example of followed streamers is with "active/red dot" feeds.

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 @HogHammer I use the Twitch app on my phone.
It can provide "notifications", including when a Twitch Streamer that I follow, such as @Ensign Cthulhu and @Lord_Zath is online.
It can also notify me when a streamer, such as @Lord_Zath gives me a "shout out" during their Twitch stream.
There are menu options I can use to select which types of notifications I receive and from which Twich streamer.
I can also turn-off all notifications, if I desire.

Edited to add:  P.S.  I already follow Bistikaze.  I didn't realize @BOBTHEBALL was a Twitch streamer, too.

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No, I'm not.  But I enjoy rabbling in chat.  I can most often be found soaking up Lord_Zath's free loot and giving un-asked-for opinions. 

WG EU CMs are incredibly tolerant of me too.

 

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i do stream just for the fun of it but i dont stream much 

being a small clan commander . im always active with some of the members 

but i follow a good few streamers 

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