Using a green screen and a webcam can really add something special to a gaming stream. Allowing viewers to see reactions and put a name to a face makes it feel more personal, approachable and professional. This Elgato green screen can do just that for £139.95 and while the price tag may appear rather high, it's ideal for those who require a screen that can be deployed and retracted without issue.
Some features of this pricey green screen include wrinkle resistance, optimization for chroma keying (allowing streamers to remove the green background and have a transparent surrounding), and quick deployment system. It does exactly what you'd need it to do for creating a professional looking stream with some killer visual effects. The Elgato Green Screen is now available across Europe for £139.95 (€149,95):
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