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Game streaming doesn't have to be expensive, these Cyber Monday deals are here to help

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Streaming is a fun way to share your passion for games with friends and the general public. You don't need a lot of specialized hardware to start streaming, but a good webcam and microphone make a big difference. Depending on which system you'd like to stream, you may also need a capture card. Luckily, there are Cyber Monday deals on some of the best streaming accessories.

Save on streaming gear this Cyber Monday

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Logitech C920S Pro | Save 15% (opens in new tab)

Logitech is one of the most recognized names in webcams for a reason. The Logitech C920S Pro is a solid FHD webcam with autofocus and stereo dual mics. The camera has a handy slot on the bottom for attaching to tripods. It even comes with a physical privacy shutter for extra protection.

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EVGA XR1 Lite | Save 33% (opens in new tab)

With 4K pass-through, USB 3.0, and 1080p60 capture, this teeny little capture card is an absolute treat for streamers of all levels, especially beginners. It's OBS certified, too, and works without the need for any drivers or specialist software.

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Blue Yeti USB Mic | Save 30% (opens in new tab)

There are many reasons to consider the Blue Yeti USB Mic, starting with its four distinct pickup patterns that allow you to record and stream in ways that typically take multiple microphones. This microphone is available in various colors and styles. Order now to guarantee you get one in your favorite color.

If you'd like to enhance your gaming setup, make sure to check out the best Cyber Monday gaming monitor deals and the best Cyber Monday PC parts deals. These will help your games look better when you're enjoying them, which should help lead to even better streams.

Sean Endicott
Sean Endicott

Sean Endicott is the news writer for Windows Central. If it runs Windows, is made by Microsoft, or has anything to do with either, he's on it. Sean's been with Windows Central since 2017 and is also our resident app expert. If you have a news tip or an app to review, hit him up at