Followup to my original video of how to make a scoreboard overlay for fighting game streams:

Demonstration of how to add country/team flags to a stream overlay using HTML and Farp’s StreamControl; adding pretty much any dynamically-updated image to an overlay functions in this same way.

Bonus of a quick demonstration of how I use the Elgato Stream Deck XL for tournament stream production around the 1:26:50 mark.

EDIT: Looks like the GoSquared library changed to not included the expanded flags since I had last downloaded it, I went ahead and uploaded a folder containing them here:

Links for resources shown in video:

Farp’s StreamControl:
GoSquared Flag Icons:
GSAP TweenMax:
JQuery:
Photofiltre (free version):

My collection of game reference screenshots:

And here is the sample package that is created in the video:

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8 Comments

ReLoSeR FGC

June 30, 2020

Ill be honest , i don't understand how to do anything you doing on this Tutorial, but your work is amazing. I watched all your videos about scoreboard without knowing what you doing, but the final results are amazing (i watched a lot of FGC tournaments and i can tell your work is there on these overlays). Thanks for the videos , greetings from Argentina

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David Ramírez

June 30, 2020

Hey man, nice tutorial, this tutorial and the one before this, it really helped me. But I have a question, in some scoreboards are animations that replay some tiene, so how can i get something like that??

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ilar17

June 30, 2020

Thank you sooo much for this tutorials you are a hero without cape, it would be amazing if you can make a tutorial on how to add a Top 8 tournament bracket inside Xsplit 🙂

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David Tranter

June 30, 2020

Can you do a tutorial on using this for a pokemon team overlay? Where you can type the name of a pokemon into the box and the picture you assign will show up in the first slot of your team, and you can display the nickname too?

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hamadou bouba

June 30, 2020

Thanks very much. You are my hero

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lolokoa

June 30, 2020

thanks for this
these guides really helped me a lot
wish other PH prod watched this
>worked with a couple of them and they still used cavemen like tech like photoshopping on the fly
I pray for their poor souls constantly

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Show Me Your Abelity

June 30, 2020

Thanks man! Really appreciate you posting these guides! I've learned a lot from your old videos, and they greatly help me level up the production for my local FGC. Its pretty much impossible to find an XSplit AND FGs related tutorial nowadays. Hope to see more tutorials in the future! Much love from Malaysia 😀

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Brown Bronzel

June 30, 2020

I can't find the extended versions anywhere.

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