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XSplit integrates custom overlays into its livestreams with two major acquisitions

XSplit is expanding its platform today by purchasing two tools for livestreamers. SplitmediaLabs, which owns and operates the XSplit service that enables you to simply broadcast video to Twitch and YouTube, revealed today that it has acquired the custom-overlay and video-graphics company Strexm for an undisclosed sum. More than 150,000 people use Strexm to bring interactive animations [
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