inStreamly Monthly Update: June 2022
The inStreamly update for June 2022 is here! From improvements and interesting new features to campaigns and IRL events, check out what we’ve been up to this month!
Fewer Hours, Better Productivity
We are not counting our work hours, so why should we count days off? Working remotely gave us one thing that lacked when stationary work was still in trend – trust. That’s why we introduced paid, unlimited holidays, which means there is no limit to the number of days we can take in a year. We don’t have to plan them ahead of time or be afraid that we will cross some limit. The only thing we need to do is to speak with our managers and mark it on our calendars.
That’s not all, folks! Starting from July, we will be testing a 4-day workweek. We decided to do this as an answer to the survey that our employees took. We believe in the positive impact these changes will bring to the company and our employee’s health and happiness.
Pet of the month
In this month’s pet corner, we have two new fluff balls to share – Fux, the cat that sometimes forgets how to behave, and Mucha, a cute dachshund that loves sun baths!
Some Significant, BIG Milestones
Today we are celebrating over 50,000 streamers in our community and over 7,000 streamers joining our Discord server! And that’s not all – almost 5,000 streamers actively use our Level Up system, a Gamification Program for the most engaged streamers!
It’s a BIG milestone that we are very proud of!
Snickers Entering the GAME with inStreamly
Snickers entered the metaverse with our help! The brand’s new campaign has naturally fit into the gaming world through gamers who often need stay grounded during immersive moments.
The campaign contained an innovative Real-Time Game Action Recognition mechanism that allowed displaying artworks in response to what was currently happening in the streamed game. We created three animations that responded to three specific game events:
- Start of game – the artwork appeared when the streamer started a new game
- Assist – the artwork appeared when the streamer scored an assist in the game
- End of game – the artwork appeared after the end of the game
Streamers Support Ukraine
To show support for Ukraine after the attack on the country, streamers showed their support using inStreamly artwork and participating in the campaign to collect donations.
The campaign took place in 12 countries, including France, Poland, Spain, and Italy just to name a few. We were able to raise almost 6,000 polish zlotys for the cause.
A brand new feature is here! Fan Profiles allow fans to check their transactions and commission that was sent to their favourite creators on their behalf. They can also change their username and password or integrate their profiles with their Twitch accounts.
The function is available for users logged into the extension.
Stay tuned for next month’s update, and check our LinkedIn and, where you will have everything up to date!