How to add a heart rate widget to your PUBG Stream (for free)

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If you watched PUBG Global Championship 2021 this year, then you might have noticed that most of the players showed off their excitement by heart rate widgets during the game. With 32 qualified teams from around the globe that will be invited to Paradise City in Incheon, Korea, to compete for a prize pool of over 2 Million USD, it is also one of the more prestigious esports events this year.

Tracking and showing your heart rate during your live stream on Twitch can be a really entertaining and bonding experience for your audience, as they know how exciting this game can become.

So, how does it work?

HypeRate is a free heart rate widget for Twitch that can be used to monitor and add your heart rate to OBS while playing games or doing other activities.

There are a lot of trackers that can be used as, for example, an Apple Watch or most Smartwatches with WearOS, but there are a lot of other trackers for smaller budgets as well that are supported:

Pick a device from this list and get started:

Chest Belts:

  • Polar H10
  • CooSpo H808S
  • Wahoo TickrX
  • RUNTASTIC RUNBT1
  • KYTO 2809

Arm Bands:

  • Polar OH1
  • POLAR VERITY SENSE
  • Wahoo TICKR FIT

Smart Watches:

  • Apple Watch SE3,4,5 & 6
  • Android Watch (WEAROS only)
  • Garmin Fenix 6 PRO
  • Xiaomi MI Band 3

5-Steps to get your heart rate widget into OBS:

1. Download Hyperate from the App Store (currently open Beta)

2. Open the Apple Watch App

3. Press “Start”

4. Send the unique session URL from the iPhone to your broadcasting setup

5. Add the link as a browser source

That’s it! :)

Your Session URL will stay the same even after the stream, and with a beautiful heart rate gallery, you will also be able to choose from unique themes or beautiful designs that will match your stream.

Tracking and showing your heart rate during your live stream on Twitch can be a really entertaining and bonding experience for you audience, as they know best how exciting this game can become.

So, how does it work?

HypeRate is a free heart rate widget for Twitch that can be used to monitor and add your heart rate to OBS while playing games or doing other activities.

There are a lot of trackers that can be used as for example an Apple Watch, or most Smartwatches with WearOS, but there are also a lot of other trackers for smaller budgets as well, that are supported:

Pick a device from this list and get started:

Chest Belts:

  • Polar H10
  • CooSpo H808S
  • Wahoo TickrX
  • RUNTASTIC RUNBT1
  • KYTO 2809

Arm Bands:

  • Polar OH1
  • POLAR VERITY SENSE
  • Wahoo TICKR FIT

Smart Watches:

  • Apple Watch SE3,4,5 & 6
  • Android Watch (WEAROS only)
  • Garmin Fenix 6 PRO
  • Xiaomi MI Band 3

5-Steps to get your heart rate widget into OBS:

1. Download Hyperate from the App Store (currently open Beta)

2. Open the Apple Watch App

3. Press “Start”

4. Send the unique session URL from the iPhone to your broadcasting setup

5. Add the link as a browser source

That’s it! :)

Your Session URL will stay the same even after the stream, and with a beautiful heart rate gallery, you will also be able to choose from special themes or beautiful designs that will match your stream.

Add your heart rate today in literally two minutes and make sure your excitement is measurable and visible for your audience!

With Hyperate.io, we aim to offer an excellent experience to streamers with a quick and easy setup that can be done in just a few moments. While we focus on a great experience for our users, we also want to encourage professionals and eSport athletes to keep an eye on their health when doing long streams or stressful tournaments. We know that health is for young professionals not a priority in the industry. Especially in the massively growing eSports industry, we believe that this needs to change.

Check out our Twitter, YouTube, and Discord to also make feature requests, or just have a chat with us :)

Made with 🖤 in Munich!

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