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Discord ups Go Live, screen share limits in face of coronavirus

Discord will up caps on Go Live streaming and screen share limits to help users work from home more effectively in the face of the coronavirus, COVID-19.

“In light of COVID-19, we’re temporarily upping the Go Live streaming and screen share limit from 10 to 50 people for the next few months,” a statement reads.

“We know a lot of you around the world are currently using Discord to keep in touch and perform daily tasks from keeping up with classes to working from home. We want to help make your world a little less stressful.

“We’ll keep this limit up wihle it’s most critically needed. Please have patience with us as performance issues may arise in streams with a large number of people.”

Today, the ESA officially cancelled E3 2020 and the Overwatch League cancelled March and April live events over coronavirus concerns.



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