Welcome to LIVE Race Lobby!!!
Live Race Lobbys are guided online lobbies for racing games via a stream and thus offer gamers and spectators a nice live experience, as well as an orderly gameplay for every player, because everyone can join the lobby if he meets the lobby and event conditions.
The broadcaster is usually a streamer, lobby and game manager at the same time.
He makes his channel available to enable a decent online experience for the players and the stream serves the further flow of information or, for example in the event of lobby crashes, to find himself in a new lobby.
This also ensures that viewers are properly offered and that live chat creates interactivity.
Motorsport fans can also immerse themselves in the Sim Racing world without having to find out more about what is currently on offer in the stream.
Questions may be asked and the game director and chat participant will help. The lobby manager provides news and information to the players.
Through the stream, other players who do not yet have a place see when there is a place again and can chat with others in the stream chat. This stream also ensures that a lobby is kept full. Or for the announcement if the lobby is too empty to make a new one to fill the lobby with "random" players.
If possible, the lobby manager announces important things in the in-game chat, informs new players in the game about the guided lobby stream and provides "newcomers" with important information on current events such as the next race start.
LRL providers can refer to http://www.kriunx.de to make it easier for new players to see the principle of the Live Race Lobby and to point out the lobby rules. The lobby manager also implements the rules for himself, and thus a player knows what a lobby manager observes for himself.
Each channel still has its own stem. Some “only” manage the lobby, some talk to the spectators, some comment on the racing events. Teams use the LRL to draw attention to themselves and to find drivers. Some to test new games with online players.
The main focus is always on managing the lobby. For this reason, the lobby manager does not usually play along. The offered lobby starts are also spontaneous. Providers only indicate an approximate period of time when a lobby could start. The goal here is that 100 people don't take the time and then don't get any places. If you have the time and desire, ride along or watch the stream.
Spectators and players who feel addressed by the streamer do so, leave a subscription and activate the push message (e.g. bell at YT) to receive information when the streamer goes online with an LRL.
Because live race lobbies are spontaneous without notice and everyone can play along and prove themselves. The spontaneous serves to ensure that the good lobby manager with a lot of demands on the channel cannot regulate who should now play along.
Some live streamers and video producers use the live race lobbies for their channel, the varied and guided you get a lot of content. (Applying to an LRL provider is prohibited unless he grants permission)
Likewise, some cockpit / driver streamers have connected individual channels and stream live from your driver's perspective. This gives viewers even more variety and can look over their idol's shoulder.