The cricket fan can enjoy streaming the match on their mobile device. These are both paid and free services so you can choose the best service based on your choice and start streaming the live T20 match.
Facebook Live just made it even easier to broadcast video games to your friends. Here's how to do it. Shares Facebook Live isn't just for vlogging and funny cat videos -- it's also becoming a viable Twitch alternative for aspiring video game streamers. The massive social network now allows anyone with a Facebook account to go live via external sources from a PC , meaning you can use your streaming app of choice to create professional-grade broadcasts that instantly get blasted to your hundreds of Facebook friends.
For a detailed breakdown of those apps, check out our Twitch streaming tutorial — the steps are largely the same; you'll just be sending your feed to Facebook instead of Twitch.
If you're looking to share your gameplay antics directly to your Facebook feed, here's how to get started. Visit Facebook. Choose where you want your stream posted such as on your timeline or in a group and click Next.
Copy the stream key and if needed the server URL into your streaming app of choice. Give your stream a name, and specify the game you're playing.
Click Start Streaming in your streaming app of choice. If you need help setting up your streaming app, click here.
Once you see a preview of your stream on Facebook, click Go Live. You're now live on Facebook, where your friends can watch you take out the competition in PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds , scare yourself silly in Resident Evil 7 or play whatever else you're in the mood for.
You'll be able to monitor your chat room right from Facebook, and can see a feed of your stream to make sure everything's working properly. You can also download videos of your broadcasts once they've ended. Other Options Keep in mind that this isn't the only way to go live on Facebook. Blizzard games such as Overwatch and Hearthstone have built-in Facebook Live integration, and Nvidia's GeForce Experience lets you broadcast just about any PC game to the social network with a few clicks.
While these options are more convenient, using external sources is the way to go for aspiring pros who want to fine tune the look and feel of their broadcasts with overlays, multiple camera angles and more.