Results of the streamer competition 6

Wan • 2 months ago on ScoreSpace x Alakajam! 

After 24 hours, the streamer competition is now over!

Browse the final leaderboard

Congratulations to @Birdwards for winning the competition. Watching the streamers play the award winners live was fun, so thank you guys for participating. More than that, all the broadcasts throughout the event (from sharing jam progress to playtesting the games) really added a lot to this ScoreSpace x Alakajam!, so big thanks to all who streamed at any point.

Final words

The ScoreSpace x Alakajam! event now comes to an end, and I'd like to give special thanks to @scorespace (alias "KB") for partnering with us, and the ScoreSpace community as a whole for having us host the event on alakajam.com. We hope you all had fun, whether you're an Alakajam regular, a ScoreSpace veteran or just a random guy joining either for the first time. If you have any feedback, feel free to leave a word on this comment section or on our Discord server.

Our next major event will be the 10th Alakajam! (woo round number), and it will be held during the September 18-20 week-end.

We hope to see you then, have a nice summer!

Comments (6)

benjamin
 • 2 months ago • 

Well thank you for your work Wan. Alakajam is still my favorite gamejam, your website is amazing and I love all the highscore features. Also I think that one week to rate game is a good idea. As usual I didnt rate as much game as I planned to, but I had to focus on a week and I find it more interesting.

Wan
  • 2 months ago • 

Thank you <3

Actually there was mixed reactions to the short ratings phase, but since every ranked game got enough ratings in the end, overall it seems to work.

Baconinvader
 • 2 months ago • 

I quite liked the minimal time to rate games as well, but maybe it's because I'm not as thourough in my ratings as some other people

remco
 • 2 months ago • 

but since every ranked game got enough ratings in the end

That might have something to do with the unvoluntary free time some people (not me, I can work from home) find they now have on their hands though ;-)

elZach
 • 2 months ago • 

I think having a rating phase this short might limit the growth of the event. It's just a fact, that most devs lose interest in interfacing with the community after the rating phase is over. I think cutting it short before the 2 weeks mark when interest dies down on its own is a mistake.

Wan
  • 2 months ago • 

@elZach Thanks for the feedback. Just in case you missed it, you can also submit your voice to the current poll on the topic!

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