Simple pricing. No surprises.

$1 for 24 hours of non-stop broadcasting. Thats it.

I thought a lot about how to create a pricing schema for RoboStreamer and in the end decided to make it simple.
You pay $1 to RoboStreamer and you get 1440 minutes (24 hours) of time added to your account.

Start now for free

If you register now, your free account will be loaded with 8 hours 120 hours of broadcasting time to try RoboStreamer.
No payment information required. If you don't like it, you can leave at any time.

How will the time be used?

Whenever you have an active broadcast, its streaming time is subtracted from the remaining time in your account.
If you stop your stream, you won't lose any of your purchased time, even when you decide not to broadcast for months.

How about multi streams?

If you decide to send broadcasts to multiple different Steam Store pages, every active stream will subtract time from your account. Simply put, 5 active broadcasts in parallel will consume 5 times the time.

Whats the minimum amount of time I can purchase?

Due to payment processing fees which consists of both a fixed amount per payment and a flexible rate on top, the minimum amount you can pay is $5 for 7200 minutes (5 days) of streaming time.

Are there any discounts?

Payments starting from $50 receive a bonus. You buy 50 days of time but you receive 55 days.
Here's the deal:

If you are a solo dev, non-profit company or from a country with a weak economic situation, I can offer a purchasing power parity (PPP).
Please get in touch via email so we can talk about the details.

Can I have a refund?

Sure! In case you'd like to delete your RoboStreamer account, I will happily refund you the remaining time from your account, no questions asked. Please be aware that due to rounding errors (try to tell me what 30 minutes of streaming cost) and again payment processor fees the refunded amount may not EXACTLY mirror the time in your account. Also I can only refund if the remaining time amounts to a worth of at least $5.

Anything else?

If you still have questions, feel free to reach out on Discord or on Twitter, or even by mail.
I'm always happy to help out! :)