Last week the NBA G League arrived on Twitch with an interactive experience that you can’t get anywhere else. Now, you can be a part of the show and take things to the next level.
Starting today at 7pm PT you can watch and co-stream any NBA G League game streamed on Twitch on your own channel. So bring your hot takes, play-by-play, stat breakdowns, and fan rants because it’s your chance to put your unique spin on the broadcasts. Need a little inspiration? Here’s a highlight from week one.
Now, for the details. One does not simply walk into co-streaming the G League. Here’s how to get started:
First, get your broadcasting software set up.
- Set your favorite broadcast software to capture the stream live on twitch.tv/nbagleaguecostreams. This channel has a clean feed without commentary. For more help using your specific software click here.
- Set your ‘game’ to NBA G League.
- Use the hashtag #NBAGLeagueOnTwitch to spread the word about your co-stream.
Then, for the full NBA G League on Twitch experience, install the NBA G League Extension (seriously, it’s awesome).
- On the left side of your dashboard, install the NBA G League Extension in the Extensions Manager.
- After it’s installed, make sure to enable the extension. For help, you can see How to Use Extensions.
- Select the game you’ll be co-streaming in your live dashboard.
- Before you stream, read over the NBA G League guidelines and FAQ right here.
The first co-streamable game airs tonight. Click here for the full list of upcoming games.