Now that that's out of the way: I've been streaming D&D games and talk on Twitch for a few months now. I use Roll20 and Discord with a decent layout for them and I stream regularly. If you want to check them out, you can find me on Twitch, which has links to my YouTube archives and more: https://www.twitch.tv/thekittenhugs/
I also stream talks about UAs and did a stream going over Beyond as it is now. I'll be doing that for the next phases of the beta as well.
Right now I have three campaigns going: - Wild Lands of Durahn, a homebrew campaign that's been going for close to two years, wrapping up soon. - Of Flame and Claw, an Eberron campaign that's been going for a few months. It's in the depths of some intrigue and going great. - Sword Coast Adventures, a game I don't run but instead play in, based in old-school Forgotten Realms with 5e's rules.
I'll be doing a second Eberron campaign once Wild Lands is finished up. I'm going to be doing that "two campaigns in the same continuity" shtick that you see stories about.
That seems like enough shilling for now. I hope that's enough of a good sell to get some of you to check it out.
Seems pretty rad! ever think of turning it into a podcast?
I definitely have! It's just compared to doing Twitch streams for it, a podcast has a bit of an extra level of editing and complexity with setting up a site and audio editing. I stream with my players as co-commentators and not all of them have the best audio setups, which adds another bit of complexity to it. I do want to pursue something like a podcast someday, though.
Luckily at least the UA talks can be listened to without the video, since I read every bit of it.