- 87h 27m streamed (recorded hours, +- half total hours)
- 2 months
- PC game streaming
- May 2018 - Aug 2018
Details of working with LiveMe and Fluxr
My first significant sponsorship and the first sponsored streaming job was with LiveMe. Later, LiveMe launched Fluxr “Where gamers live” where I streamed for a short while. Unfortunately, unlike the Nimo.tv, I don’t have a complete archive of all my streams. Much like the Nimo above.tv, this is a mobile-centric streaming platform.
A huge thank you to Cosmiic and P9nda for assisting me in landing this deal.
I streamed with LiveMe from May 2018 until the end of June 2018. Then Fluxr from July 2018 until the end of August 2018.
Unfortunately, I have lost my VODs, the hours I streamed into LiveMe, and most of my VODs for Fluxr. Daily streams for most of those first 2 months were spent in Fortnite, and the last months on Fluxr were distributed among other games. I do have some Fluxr VODs, however.
I streamed (at least) 87 hours and 27 minutes on Fluxr. This was time spent on CS:GO, Garry’s Mod, Osu!, Elder Scrolls Online, Minecraft, and a few other games.
The stream overlay I was using was initially created for YouTube and Twitch streaming and was used then. I used my standard streaming setup for streaming on Liveme and Fluxr. Unlike Nimo, where it didn’t really make sense to include everything at the time – Everything on that platform was mobile-based.
Since then, Fluxr has all but vanished, as far as I understand. The last remaining evidence of it’s existence is the download banner on livme.com. A Google search reveals: LiveMe and Fluxr were removed from the Google Play Store as part of the broader action against “Cheetah Mobile, their parent”. From Android Police - Feb 27, 2020