|By Marketwired .||
|March 6, 2014 04:40 AM EST||
HONG KONG, CHINA -- (Marketwired) -- 03/06/14 -- SplitmediaLabs has announced a brand new partnership with MSI (Micro-Star INTL CO., LTD.), a global leader and manufacturer of computer hardware products and solutions.
All soon to be released MSI Gaming notebook including the GS series, GT Dominator series and the GE Apache series will all feature XSplit Gamecaster pre-installed and configured to ensure an optimal live streaming and recording experience.
"We have worked with MSI to optimize XSplit Gamecaster for use with a wide range of next generation MSI gaming hardware, making it easier than ever for gamers to live stream their gameplay to Twitch or record and upload it directly to YouTube," says CEO of SplitmediaLabs, Henrik Levring.
First announced back in January, and released on February 18, XSplit Gamecaster has already generated a significant amount of buzz, gaining coverage in a number of reputable gaming websites and blogs, and receiving positive feedback from the gaming community.
XSplit Gamecaster is a live streaming and recording application created by SplitmediaLabs. The application uses a discreet and unobtrusive in-game overlay, and allows users to add a webcam, activate a green screen transparency effect and share their broadcast to Twitch, Facebook, Twitter and Google+ all without leaving the game.
Utilizing the same technology found in SplitmediaLabs's flagship application XSplit Broadcaster, XSplit Gamecaster has been built on the foundations of a widely used professional broadcasting tool, to create a simplified user experience that caters towards social media and gaming centric users.
MSI will be announcing the full lineup of next generation gaming notebooks soon, with further information on specifications, features and availability to be released. For more information about MSI's lineup of mobile solutions, please visit www.msimobile.com or http://usgaming.msi.com.
ABOUT XSPLIT BROADCASTER & XSPLIT GAMECASTER
XSplit Gamecaster is the world's easiest live streaming and recording solution, allowing for users to upload and share their greatest gaming moments to popular video services such as Twitch and YouTube, at just the click of a button. XSplit Broadcaster is one of the most popular and widely used applications for live Internet broadcasting, with a user base ranging from hobbyists to prominent professional casters in more than 150 countries. XSplit allows users to record or live stream any type of media, while taking advantage of TV-like broadcasting features that anyone can learn to master.
ABOUT SPLITMEDIALABS LIMITED
SplitmediaLabs Limited is an innovative, Hong Kong-based software company specializing in the development of multimedia applications and technology. SplitmediaLabs has published extensive multimedia toolkits which have been licensed to some of the world's most prominent companies, some of which are included in the Fortune 500 list. XSplit Broadcaster & XSplit Gamecaster are developed and published by SplitmediaLabs Limited.
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