A New Chapter: Streaming

Valdarix Games
3 min readFeb 1, 2024

As a game developer and enthusiast, I’ve recently reignited my passion for FiveM development by jumping back into the world of UVRP (Unified Vision Role-Playing), particularly focusing on a new project aptly named “Project Aftermath.” This project isn’t just a return to game modding for me; it’s a leap into a new venture — live streaming.

The Start of a New Chapter: Live Streaming My Development Process

I’ve started broadcasting my development work on Valdarix Games on Kick, sharing my progress live with an audience. This step, while exciting, is a significant leap out of my comfort zone. As an introvert, live streaming felt like an alien concept at first. However, I’m finding it increasingly natural and enjoyable with each passing day.

Exploring Diverse Gaming Horizons

Beyond the realms of FiveM, I’ve also ventured into streaming various other games. This includes popular titles like “Call of Duty,” “Fortnite,” “Palworld,” and many others that pique my interest. This diversification not only keeps my streaming content fresh and varied but also allows me to connect with a broader gaming audience who share my passion for these games.

Navigating the Challenges of Streaming

Even with a robust setup featuring an Asus TUF GAMING X570-PLUS motherboard, an AMD Ryzen 9 5950X processor, an RTX 4090 graphics card, and 64 GB RAM, I’ve noticed that single PC streaming can be taxing on the system. To mitigate this, I’m contemplating converting an old i5 machine into a dedicated streaming PC. This move could enhance the streaming quality and reduce the load on my main development rig.

Streaming Setup:

  • PC Specs: Asus TUF GAMING X570-PLUS, AMD Ryzen 9 5950X, RTX 4090, 64 GB RAM
  • Peripherals: Steelseries Apex Pro keyboard, Razer Naga Trinity mouse



Valdarix Games

Turning my passion for video games and software development experience into a focus on video game development.