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hitbox.tv

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For the game terminology, see hitbox.

hitbox.tv or hitbox for short is a website created for the purpose of sharing live video feeds (called "livestreams" or just "streams") on the Internet and is a smaller alternative to Twitch, popular for both Project M as well as streams for tournaments such as the Nebulous series.

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Hitbox's primary purpose is to allow users to record themselves playing video games while others can watch in real-time as they play the game. The service has frequently seen use in high-profile tournaments as to allow interested viewers to spectate games or matches that they ordinarily cannot see live; outside of this, hitbox.tv has also seen use by casual players in order to merely record themselves playing for a public audience.

Streams recorded in hitbox.tv can also be uploaded to YouTube upon their conclusion; similar to YouTube, hitbox.tv also offers a partnership program that allows users to potentially monetize their streams.

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