Stickam like chat rooms
Stickam claims it has more than 2 million registered users, and receives more than 2.5 million unique monthly visitors and 4.8 million daily page views.But hardware limitations might limit its initial success as a major player in the mobile streaming world.
Twitch’s twist is to make its own chat rooms more customizable based on the needs of streamers and the requests of their fan bases.
In one example, Stickam plans to pipe in live video from a camera at Prince's Oscar afterparty on Sunday, said Scott Flacks, a vice president at Stickam.
(The final details are still being worked out, he added.) In addition, Stickam is building a production studio in Los Angeles to create original video for the site, and it's in talks with Hollywood studios about content partnerships.
The company says Rooms came about from community feedback regarding requested new features, and that the product “will be iterated on throughout the year.” Notably, Twitch says its community guidelines, which include recently revised policies around harassment and sexual behavior released earlier this month, apply to Rooms, as those policies are service-wide and applicable at every level, the company says.
The social network site Stickam has announced the launch of a new feature allowing users to stream live video through their cell phones, similar to the mobile streaming currently offered through services like Qik, Kyte and Flix Wagon.
People do indeed enjoy chat rooms no matter how they are couched, and would probably participate in more conventional online chatting if it wasn't fraught with scammers, bots, and porn.