Logitech Becomes Open Broadcaster Software’s First Diamond Sponsor On Open Collective

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We are delighted to announce that Logitech has become the OBS Project’s first Diamond sponsor on Open Collective, demonstrating a huge commitment to OBS development.

More than 35 years ago, Logitech started connecting people through computers, and now it’s a multi-brand company designing products that bring people together through music, gaming, video, and digital content creation. In the broadcasting space, Logitech webcams solutions combined with Blue Microphones and Logitech G products have helped consumers share their passion, connect and engage with their community and create a unique identity. In fact, with the Logitech Capture app, users can save and restore their favorite settings for streaming through OBS. Thus, sponsoring OBS development only makes sense for a company that produces tools so widely enjoyed by streamers & broadcasters.

“We are excited to become the first Diamond sponsor on Open Collective for OBS. Over the years, OBS has become the most widely adopted open source software suite that is used for recording and live streaming. Logitech is committed to delivering solutions that simplify broadcasting and streaming, and teaming with OBS is a natural way to demonstrate our commitment. We look forward to partnering OBS to create a seamless streaming experience for users,” said Guillaume Bourelly, Senior Portfolio & Product Manager at Logitech.

Open Collective is a tool that allows open source projects to raise funds from companies and individuals through fiscal sponsorship. These funds can then be distributed to members of the developer community in an open and transparent way. Since OBS is a free program, sponsorship allows the creators of OBS to continue to develop, support, and improve the program in a sustainable way. To learn more about OBS sponsorship on Open Collective, and to see a full list of all of our sponsors, click here.

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