To view other people’s public broadcasts who aren’t on your friends list, there are two options available.The most convenient method is to view the stream in the Steam client itself.If they have broadcasting enabled, the “Watch Game” option will appear from the drop-down menu.Click this, and you’ll be taken to their stream inside the Steam client.The first option automatically detects when it hears noise from your microphone, and records for as long as the receiving volume is pushed past a certain threshold.
Select “Broadcasts” from the drop-down menu, and any open streams that are broadcasting will load in a scrollable list.
Now any game you launch within Steam will automatically begin broadcasting.
To verify you’ve set everything up correctly, look for a small “Live” icon that appears in the top-right corner of your game the next time its launched.
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