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Custom, game-agnostic Streamote tools for broadcasters

We’re excited to introduce some new Streamote features that allow you to create your own custom voting, betting, and bingo—no matter what you’re streaming! Many of you have told us that you love Streamote’s functionality (no more cluttered Twitch chat!), but wish you could use it for more than just […]

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Proletariat’s Live Streaming Rig

Gordon Ryan

If you haven’t noticed, we like to live stream. A lot. In fact, we’re on Twitch three times each week (possibly four, soon…more on that later). We’ve been doing it since very early in World Zombination’s development history—the first recording I could find in our YouTube archives […]

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Starting small, ending big: World Zombination’s community in 2014

Gordon Ryan

We’re back in the studio for the start of a new year and, like everyone else, I’ve been thinking a lot about what made 2014 remarkable and what 2015 has in store for us here at Proletariat. For our team, this was the first full year of […]

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Let’s fight this one Co-Op: my thoughts on online harassment and the responsibilities we have to each other

Most of us participate in development streams here at Proletariat. We do them at the same time every week. We’re working on the same project, using the same stream service, webcam, everything. All things are equal. And we all get trolls. It’s the internet. It’s Twitch. “That’s […]

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We’ll do it live! (adventures in live development streaming)

Hey everyone, I’m Lauren, and I’m an artist here at Proletariat. I’ve done a lot of development live streams for our game World Zombination recently, so I wanted to talk a little about them—why we stream, what my experience with them has been, and how to make […]

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