streaming with no delay on Twitch. When it comes to online poker, where you can go to play is pretty self-explanatory, but if you’re looking to connect with like-minded players or advance your skill, your first thought may not be Twitch—but it should be.
Live Streaming on Twitch
Nothing compares to live streaming. It’s a direct connection between viewer and broadcaster, something that YouTube comments or forums can’t replicate. It allows for immediate feedback on plays for instant improvements.
What is Twitch?
For those who haven’t heard of Twitch, it’s an online platform that helps connect viewers (like poker enthusiasts) with streamers who broadcast their video gameplay (pre-recorded or live streaming). Twitch isn’t limited to just gaming content; it also showcases non-gaming radio or music streams. Another benefit of Twitch is it’s interactive and allows viewers to ask questions or leave comments.
Benefits of No Delay Streams
When it comes to broadcasting live poker gameplay ufabet, it certainly has its advantages. “I can provide viewers with immediate feedback on their plays (users can cash in ‘channel points’ to get feedback on their hands from Jarvis), and it allows me to be more helpful when people have questions about software, sites, or anything.”
There’s nothing more frustrating than going into a live stream and having to wait 4-5 minutes to get a response to a question— it takes the ‘live’ element out of the equation.’ Having a direct connection between viewer and broadcaster means viewers no longer have to suffer long wait times to have their questions answered; thus, establishing a deeper connection.
Jarvis is still on the hunt for his breakthrough score, but because he’s having so much fun connecting with his community on Twitch, he doesn’t feel the same need to ‘win big,’ citing that sometime’s chasing a big win can be disempowering. Poker is still a game, and the point of any game is: to have fun. Twitch helps create an environment where like-minded people can commune and play for fun, improve their game and achieve their poker goals.
If you’re ever around on the weekend, drop by Evan’s stream and #LetsGetStackin and don’t forget to join the growing poker community on Twitch.