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We provide a free platform for live streaming YOUR sporting events in REAL TIME.

How does it work?
  • You transmit a video stream to us from the tournament venue.
  • We provide software to make sure everything goes smoothly.
  • The video stream from your camera is encoded on our servers and displayed in the list of broadcasts on, alongside the current score.
What do you need to do?
  • Send a message to providing brief details of the tournament and specifying your preferred method for transmitting your video stream to us.
  • Our administrators will review your request and contact you within 48 hours.
  • You do not need to register on the website.

1. Once you have selected a streaming method, inform us of your choice and we will request or provide the relevant information. We recommend using one of the following streaming methods:

If you don't have a static IP address, we will provide a link in the format "rtmp://ip/xxx/xxx" to allow you to stream on our server using RTMP. You will need a camera, a video capture device, a software encoder, and access to the internet.

You can use any free software encoder, such as OBS Studio, XSplit Broadcaster (requires an account), FFmpeg, or Adobe Flash Media Live Encoder (compatible with Mac OS). We recommend the same settings for all encoders:

Rate Control - CBR,

Video codec – H.264, Baseline profile, level 3.1,

Keyframe Interval - 1,

Frame Rate - 30 или 25 fps,

Bitrate - 2400Kbps,

Resolution - 1920x1080 или 1280x720 (16:9),

Audio codec - AAC, stereo.
Below is an example of how to set up the basic settings for streaming with OBS Studio.

Open OBS Studio and select "File" → "Settings" in the main menu.

Open the "Stream" tab → select "Custom" from the drop-down menu on the right, then enter the Server Address ("rtmp://ip/xxx") and the Stream Key ("xxx") underneath it.

In the "Output" tab, set the Output Mode as Advanced, then underneath set Encoder to x264, Rate Control to CBR, Bitrate to 2400 Kbps, Keyframe Interval to 1, and Profile to baseline.

In the "Audio" tab, select the microphone and speakers that you are going to use.

In the "Video" tab, set the resolution to 1920x1080 or 1280x720 (16:9), and the FPS to 30 or 25. You can now add a camera to OBS, launch the stream, and check it on the server.

You can use VLC media player to check that everything is working. To do this, open VLC and go to "Media" → "Open Network Stream" → then, in the "Network" tab of the dialog box that opens, under "Please enter a network URL", enter the RTMP link that we have provided.

Please note that the further the location of the stream is from our servers, the greater the ping time and the number of intermediate nodes and routers will be. We would therefore ask that in such cases you provide remote access to the PC that is providing the stream so that we can choose the best server for you.

If you have an IP camera with a static IP address, you can use RTSP for your stream. The camera must have the relevant ports and settings. Below is an example of the web interface settings for a Hikvision IP camera. The basic settings are the same for other camera brands.

All the relevant settings can be accessed via the camera's web interface through Internet Explorer. In the address bar, enter the camera’s IP address and port in the format "". This opens a login window.

Once you have logged in, open "Configuration" → "Video/Audio" → in the "Video" tab, set Stream Type to "Main Stream", Video Type to "Video&Audio" ("Video stream" does not work here), Bitrate Type to "Constant", Frame Rate to 25 fps, Max. Bitrate to 2400 Kbps, Video Encoding to H.264, Profile to "Main Profile", and I Frame Interval to 25.

Go to the "Audio" tab → select MP2L2 for Audio Encoding, and set the Sampling Rate, Bitrate, Audio Input, and Input Volume.

In the "Image" tab → under "OSD settings", hide the date and time.

You can check that the camera is working and streaming video using RTSP in VLC media player. We will provide an RTSP link for this in the format below. The main universal link that works for Hikvision cameras and devices is:

rtsp://admin:12345@, where:

"rtsp" is the type of protocol used;

"admin" is the name of the account;

"12345" is the password for the account;

"" is the IP address of the camera;

"554" is the RTSP port of the camera (554 is the default; this can be changed in the settings);

"101" means camera 1, stream 1;

"201" means camera 2, stream 1;

"102" means camera 1, stream 2, and so on.

2. Once you start streaming from a camera, you will receive personal account details which you can use to log in to the SportWorkbenchClient app. The app has a clear and user-friendly interface and can be used to display the current score on the live stream to help viewers follow the match.

Designed with spectators and participants in mind, the app can be used to display the score of a game on a TV screen or monitor at the location of the sporting event. This requires a screen that supports Full HD resolution and a wired connection to a device with the SportWorkbenchClient app installed.

The app is designed for Windows 10 (version 1809 and higher) and there are plans to support a web version in the future.

Installation instructions

follow the link: and download the publisher certificate
once downloaded, open the file
install the certificate
select "Local Machine" under Store Location
allow the app to make changes to the device
save the certificate in the "Trusted Root Certification Authorities" certificate store
select "Finish" to complete the certificate import process
the import was successful
open App Installer
press "Install"
wait for the app package to be installed
the app is ready to use

Games can be created in the app no earlier than 30 minutes before the actual start of the event. If you don't enter any information related to the event in the app within 30 minutes, the stream will automatically be canceled. To restart the stream on, you need to either enter a point on the scoreboard in the app and then press undo, or create a scoreboard for the event in question.

Launch the app and enter the username and password for your account.

Once you have logged in, you will see the version number of the app (v. and the operator number [Operator:6] in the top-left corner. You can now add a new game or open one from the list of games you've already added.

To create a game, select the sport, enter the names of the league/competition and the teams involved (this information will be displayed on, use the color picker to select the color of the jerseys of the teams involved, choose whether you want a normal timer or a countdown timer, select period and penalty durations, and so on.

Once you have created a game it will appear in the list in the main menu.

You can open the game to add a text ticker to the stream and display the scoreboard on a separate monitor or TV screen (select "Display scoreboard").

You can open the game to add a text ticker to the stream and display the scoreboard on a separate monitor or TV screen (select "Display scoreboard").

You can open the game to add a text ticker to the stream and display the scoreboard on a separate monitor or TV screen (select "Display scoreboard").

Once the game has started, you can enter the current score and undo actions by pressing the reverse arrow in the top left corner. If the players/teams change sides, you can use the "Reverse scoreboard" button to make it easier to enter the score.

We always welcome new partnerships!