So, after watching our live stream this weekend, you might want to know how to stream games on Xfire on your own. With a few handy tools, you can play any game at a decent fps rate and broadcast to thousands of people at the same time.
If you missed the live stream yesterday, you can watch the 1 hour live stream recordings of me owning on the WNx (WarriorNation) Golden Eye server and on a random french CSS server.
(image: 5 seconds left until the bomb will go up, 1 terrorist left, who will win? )
Are you playing any games on Windows 7? If so, you probably also installed Xfire onf Windows 7.
Xfire is a tool that tracks your ingame time and is basically *the* community tool of the gaming scene. Unfortunately, Xfire is in some cases not working properly on Windows 7.
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