Player.me to Test Drive Closed Beta Desktop App

The community driven content creation site, Player.me, is launching a new desktop app which will include an overlay editor and built-in recording and streaming options. Brought to you by SplitmediaLabs – the makers of the XSplit recording technology, Player.me looks to centralize and expedite sharing within all social networks.

I guess the gist of this is, all the hard work and money us long time content creators have spent on technology and learning how to use it is becoming obsolete. That’s bitter sounding. I take it back, everyone should have a chance.

Players and viewers can use the Player.me application not only to follow and connect with the content creators they already know and love, but to discover new creators tailored to their tastes. With over 50,000 game pages to explore the application helps players expand their circles, discovering new content, groups, games and events based on the games they already play and the creators they already follow.

Not just limiting themselves to PC streaming, Player.me also supports 3.0USB capture cards such as Elgato, AVermedia, Magewell. Just pointing out that most capture cards come with their own function to stream and record – ergo the whole point of a capture card.

Player.me was acquired by SplitmediaLabs in July, 2016, as part of the company’s $10 million investment strategy to create a platform that connects the entire gaming community with the content they love, enhancing the gaming experiences of players everywhere. Also, headquartered in my home country of the Philippines, I guess I could give this little bug some love.

If this super passive aggressive and slightly confusing post has you curious about Player.me, you can sign up for the Desktop Beta here.

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