Zoom Twitch integration will allow users to stream their meetings directly onto Twitch.
The popular video conference app Zoom is allowing users to stream meetings directly from the desktop client to Twitch. Users have previously used third-party apps as a workaround, and in most cases, the procedure was not ideal. The notable thing is that Zoom normally charges a subscription to broadcast its meetings on other platforms. Likewise, this Zoom Twitch integration isn’t any different.
Zoom Twitch livestreaming price
In a recent blog post on their new update, Zoom said that:
“To help our customers streamline the process of sharing content within their communities and extend their reach, account owners and admins can now allow hosts to livestream their meeting or webinar to Twitch directly rather than manually configuring the stream as a custom livestreaming service,”
Users must subscribe to Zoom’s Pro, Business, Enterprise, or Education plans in order to utilize this Twitch integration. The Pro tier is the most affordable at $149.90 per year.
Zoom allows users to stream to other platforms like Facebook and YouTube, as well as add a custom streaming service, so technically before the update, any user could’ve streamed to Twitch by inputting your streaming URL and key.