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For those of you in the streaming scene, you know how hard it can be to keep track of everything. You need an overlay, and alerts, a bot for contests, and often many other doodads to keep the stream exciting and interesting.

Often these will come from different sources and be managed through different interfaces. Infiniscene is looking to change all of that by offering a one stop shop for all of your streaming needs.

From alerts to overlays, Infiniscene allows you to manage everything from one interface and change it on the fly as needed. Our own Chris “The Game Case” Case had a chance to sit down and chat with the folks developing these new streaming tools about how they hope to change streaming for the better.


Thanks to Shawn “Kona” Warbiany for chatting with us at TwitchCon about Infiniscene. Having tried it out first-hand, streamers could do worse than Infiniscene to manage all the needs of their channel. The interface is fast and fluid and the upcoming additions should open new doors for stream collaborations.

If you want to find out more make sure to visit the Infiniscene website located HERE and try it out for yourself.

#StreamTools #Streaming #TwitchCon #Twitch #Overlay #StreamOverlay #Infiniscene

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