After sound and text, just like a game store, Discord comes to streaming video. According to The Verge, the gamers targeted communication application will allow any player to broadcast their game on any voice channel up to a maximum of 10 players. Discord game detection now shows, in addition to what users are playing, information if they are casting their session.
This feature will work on any server, and administrators have a chance to turn it off, with higher image quality options for boosted servers or those with the paid Nitro service.
Although at first glance the Go live While it may look similar to other services like Twitch, it has limitations: It does not support webcam streams and is limited to 10 viewers per stream due to bandwidth restrictions.
The feature will only be available for Windows, and Mac and Linux users will be able to watch streaming through their browser. There is also a mobile version to watch the broadcasts.