inStreamly Monthly Update: February 2022
Your inStreamly update for February 2022 is here! Learn about the exciting things we did last month. From thrilling campaigns and new features to collaborations and much more.
Even Bigger Community
In the last month’s update, we shared that almost 28,000 streamers joined our community in 2021. And in only two months, this number has increased by over 7,000!
But that’s not all! More than 5,000 streamers have joined our Discord server. This marks a huge milestone for the whole inStreamly community!
The New Way of Engagement
Gamification is taking over the world. It gives us new ways to promote brands and engage our recipients. Because of this, together with DV1 we had an opportunity to run a dedicated campaign for Samsung named Mobilne Rozgrywki Galaxy (eng. Galaxy Mobile Playoffs).
We invited casual players to participate in spontaneous short tournaments. They were announced an hour before the game started on live streams through our campaign. But this is not the most exciting part! Mobilne Rozgrywki Galaxy broke the record on the polish market in terms of the number of streamers taking part in a single campaign. With 1,215 streamers on board!
The fresh new approach to engaging streamers in our community is here! Last month, we implemented the “Level up!” feature, which rewards streamers for interacting with us. Like in any game, streamers can earn XP by completing new objectives. They can increase income rates by as much as 30%! It can’t be too easy, though – if a streamer wants to be the best, they have to compete for their place with other streamers!
Play, be active, and earn!
Specific Products for Specific Needs
Everyday we are developing new features to make our collaborations with brands even more exciting. That’s why we created a new type of campaign called Gaming Product Placement for gaming developers.
This type of campaign is the most natural way to promote the products like games in a streaming environment, and it’s super easy! The brand just provides keys to the game. Next, streamers broadcast gameplays on their streams and encourage viewers to join them.
Last month we implemented a new feature – the Partner Rotator. It helps our clients display their partner logos in a loop during a stream and measure their stats. Thanks to this, the client can:
- automatically loop partner logos
- display and update them across multiple channels
- measure logo impression and average viewers
New Genki Fans Registration
For some time now, fans of streamers had only two possibilities to register in Genki – via general registration or a personalised page. But now we can finally announce the new feature, where they will be able to also do it by Facebook and Google accounts on the general registration level. So they can do it even faster!
New FAQ Page
We are also thrilled to introduce a new FAQ page on the Genki website. With improved information on how the plugin works for fans and what they can expect from it.
Streamers Global Page
The Streamers Global landing page is finally finished! A place connecting streamers from all around the world. Check the streamers.global website now!
Popular Categories Feature
We also introduced a fresh new feature on our local Streamers Global websites. This time, it’s a “Popular categories” tab that shows which a given streamer broadcasted streaming categories in the form of a chart: