Streaming has been a warmly embraced addition to the internet video world. The most thrilling aspect, of course, has been our ability to share life’s exciting moments. But watching game streamers has put us closer to not only the triumphs, but the sometimes comical and other times heartwarming moments of our fellow players’ lives. We want you to enjoy those amazing seconds from the other side of the screen as they stream live in the middle of our festival.
A full list of the selected streamers attending Dallas will be posted closer to the event.
The full rules are available on the entry form, but this is some basic info to get you started
Only selected applicants will be chosen by DreamHack staff based upon review of information entered. Travel and accommodations are the sole responsibility of the applicant.
You will be promoted on our site and social channels. DreamHack will provide chairs, tables, streaming PCs (and 120+ Hz monitors), and peripherals (headset, mouse, mousepad, keyboard, and webcam). You’re more than welcome to bring your own peripherals with you.
Those accepted to participate will receive two 3-Day tickets to the event for themselves and a guest.
For any questions regarding the Stream Studio, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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DreamHack is dedicated to fostering growth in the streaming community. With this in mind, we have created the new Stream Studio Boot Camp! Come join our host Harris Heller as he teaches you the ins and outs of streaming. Aspiring streamers will learn basic set up, tweaks for that pesky mic, why camera angles matter, overlays, and everything else there is to learn!
Welcome to the DreamHack Stream Studio Boot Camp. We have it all.
Weirdly enough, Harris started his online career on Vine making 6-second music videos with his wife, Kenzie Nimmo, and has been a full-time content creator ever since. His videos have been shown on Times Square screens and he’s collaborated with companies like Apple, Fender, and Coca-cola. He’s the self awarded “Most Okey-est Apex Legends Player” and swears he has an OG Pokémon Red cartridge with a full pokédex, though we have yet to confirm that. He now makes videos on utilizing social media to grow your Twitch channel as well as any other videos he feels like making in the moment.