We have made much progress towards this goal, but we have more to do and exciting ideas on how to further improve.
The series is a MST of sorts; two friends named Matt and Pat play video games, argue, and mock the game they are playing and each other.Building scalable real-time multi-party video chat is quite challenging.Unlike simple streaming applications that can tolerate latency on the order of seconds and leverage existing content delivery networks, our network has to provide latency on the order of milliseconds so that people anywhere in the world can hold intelligible conversations.The videos are edited so the audience only sees highlights of their gaming session; they are around ten to fifteen minutes long.The friends also have a spin-off show called TBF: Funtime Adventures, an animated show about discussions the two have about games when not playing them. Matt: Seems like an answer to almost everything this world can throw at you. "Hey, my taxes came back fucked." "Well, just hit 'em with your sword!