What is Stream Club?
Stream Club is the easiest way to design, produce, and broadcast a beautiful livestream, all through your browser. We make it easy for content creators, teams, and businesses to engage with their communities by supporting simultaneous streaming to external platforms like Facebook, YouTube, Twitch, and more. Plus, you get your very own Stream Club channel.
Is it free?
Yes. You get your own public Stream Club channel, access to our studio, and livestreaming to one channel for free. Our paid plans come with extra features like custom branding and the ability to add more than 2 co-hosts. Learn more here.
Do I need to download anything?
Nope! That's the beauty of Stream Club—since our studio runs in your browser, there's no need to download any software. No sneaky browser extensions to install either.
What is a Stream Club channel?
In addition to allowing you to stream through social platforms like Facebook, YouTube, and Twitch, we provide you with a custom Stream Club URL that you can share with viewers. This enables you to get up and streaming quickly, even before you connect your other platforms.
Can I stream pre-recorded videos?
Yes, you can upload pre-recorded video files and stream the content during your livestream.
Can I invite co-hosts to the stream?
Yes, you can add co-hosts with an invite link (which you can find in the bottom left corner of the studio). They'll be taken to a waiting room where you can interact with them without your viewers seeing. Our free plan supports up to 2 co-hosts while our paid plan allows for up to 6 co-hosts.
Can I customize my stream?
Yes, the Stream Club studio allows you to search for gifs and backgrounds directly within the platform, or you can upload custom logos and graphics for real-time use while livestreaming.
Does it work on mobile?
While your viewers can view livestreams on your Stream Club channel from their mobile devices, we don't currently support livestreaming on mobile for hosts. We recommend using Stream Club on a laptop or desktop computer plugged into the internet with an ethernet cable for optimal performance.