Video Sharing Can Help Developers Build A Community

By: Zach Walton - April 24, 2013

Back in March, YouTube announced that it was developing a live streaming API for game developers. The API, when integrated into games, would allow players to live stream their game straight to YouTube from game consoles. The API has already been incredibly successful in its first run on Call of Duty: Black Ops II and now more developers have come forward with success stories.

Free Range Games and Kamcord Discuss building your community with video sharing. We will demo Free Range Games’ YouTube API integration in APO Snow

Check out Google’s documentation for more on the YouTube API.

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