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Ben Tossell
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Seems is gravitating towards the gaming market. wonder if that is down to the competitiveness of the live-streaming market at the moment.
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Will Jamieson
CEO, The Q
@bentossell We decided to implement this feature into our app, because we saw how open the market for video game streaming was. Esports is going to continue to grow and is making major moves into the mobile space with games like Vainglory. The only other platform out there that allows users to screencast their gameplay has ~30 sec delay. Our in house tech stack allows us to have a lower latency than live streaming apps such as Periscope and Kamcord who are dependent on Wowza as a streaming engine. Our enterprise application has multiple beta clients and it allows brands and companies to aggregate content around events and pipe all content to an embedded web player or a customized brand channel. We have already established partnerships with a few professional sports teams. An example of one our brand channels can be seen here:
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Jon CappettaDir. of Strategic Ops, Fabric Media
@bentossell nice early call... caught this in VentureBeat a little while ago: