Now you can let people all over the world tell you how much you suck, as gaming community Xfire teams with live video company Livestream to create a live broadcast service for gamers.

The new service is aimed at every facet of the PC gaming community, from pro-teams that want to show off their skills to publishers that wish to show off their wares. Even you, the solo PC gamer, can allow the world to watch you play World of Warcraft, garnering helpful comments from the community via Livestream's chat functionality. Helpful tips like "should have presured the pally abit more" and "lalalalalala." Helpful!


"The partnership expands Xfire's offering to our vibrant community. It keeps our users involved, engaged and active. For Livestream, the partnership adds compelling gaming content to the linear and on-demand video content already available to millions of viewers and reinforces the power of the Livestream Platform," says Chris Kirmse, Xfire's General Manager. "We integrated Livestream's Platform within two weeks using their Platform APIs providing our users a 1-click solution to start a live broadcast."

You can visit Livestream's Xfire Gaming Network page right now to watch other people playing video games, or download Xfire and show the world your mad skills.

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