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Stream your sporting events like a pro

Live sports coverage shouldn’t be limited to the major leagues. Switcher Studio lets you livestream everything from T-ball to track using just iPhones and iPads, ensuring every fan can watch in real time. Easily connect multiple iOS devices to create a multicamera broadcast, then stream it live to Facebook, YouTube, or elsewhere! Display scoreboards, roll in player interviews, and more.

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Instantly become a
streaming MVP

Most Valuable Producer, that is. Switcher Studio lets you produce dynamic live sports streams using just iOS devices. Whether you’re capturing a curling rink or a football field, simply place up to 9 iPhones and iPads around a space, sync them in the Switcher app, and then livestream directly to the platform of your choice, tapping to switch angles in real time.

You can easily add lower thirds to introduce athletes, roll in prerecorded videos like openers or player interviews, and display sponsor logos to monetize your streams. You can also keep score in real time with customizable scoreboards. There’s no need to go buy expensive gear, and it’s easy enough to turn anyone into a sports broadcaster.

Game or event streaming is just the beginning! You can also broadcast practice footage, press conferences, behind-the-scenes access, and pre- or post-game commentary. Stream it right to Facebook, YouTube, Twitch, Twitter, or elsewhere — even embed it on your own website.

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Hear The Golf Channel's Streaming Story

Using Facebook Live, Golf Channel has been able to add live video coverage of additional tournaments, ensuring fans can catch their favorite golfers more often.

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Switcher Shoutouts

JACKIE STROUSE at Golf Channel

One of our most viewed Facebook Lives received almost 1.5 million video views and nearly 10,000 engagements, which is really strong. That was the Maurice Allen World Long Drive Facebook Live, which we pushed out via Switcher.

JACKIE STROUSE, Senior Manager of Social Media at Golf Channel