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Discussion PlayBattleRoyale.com - The Ultimate Battle Royale Clip Aggregator

Discussion in 'Other Products' started by Croc, Mar 18, 2019.

Do you like the overall site?

  1. Yes

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  2. No (please give me feedback)

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  3. Meh (please give me feedback)

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  1. Croc

    Croc Active Member Enhanced Advanced

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    Recently launched in March 2019, PlayBattleRoyale.com (PBR) was created to be the ultimate online destination for battle royale fans. It is home to the largest database of Twitch clips from the most popular battle royale games today. As a member, you can instantly comment on virtually any clip in the database. Not finding the right clip on our site? If it's on Twitch, you can submit it to our site and it will be instantly added to the database, no approval or login required! The site also features dynamic clip embedding for both Twitter, Discord, Facebook, and iMessage—basically anywhere that supports the Open Graph protocol.

    Features
    Custom Comment System
    Dynamic Clip Embeds
    Instant Search

    AI Clip Tagging (Coming Soon)
    AI Speech Transcriptions (Coming Soon)

    I'm open to suggestions for new features and improvements and, as always, bug reports. Without you guys, I would not have found and fixed visual and technical bugs that have cropped up on launch week. You guys are very much appreciated! :smile:

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    Last edited: Mar 19, 2019
  2. Nevexo

    Nevexo Active Member Enhanced Advanced Developer

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    API is quite slow.
     
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    Croc

    Croc Active Member Enhanced Advanced

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    what api are you even talking about? I haven't documented any of the endpoints and don't plan to. The search suggestions show up instantly whenever I use it.