Broadcast The FIDE Chess.com Online Nations Cup On Your Website

Broadcast The FIDE Chess.com Online Nations Cup On Your Website‎

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The FIDE Chess.com Online Nations Cup kicks off May 5, and you can share this event directly with your community and fans, driving more traffic to your website by broadcasting an official FIDE and Chess.com event for free!

Webmasters from sites of all sizes are encouraged to include the Chess.com Twitch stream to expose their visitors to top-level chess and commentary, enriching your site.

Interested site owners may find the iframe embed by navigating to Twitch.tv/Chess and grabbing the code located in the following image:

FIDE Chess.com Online Nations Cup
Click the "share" icon then copy the iframe code located in the "embed channel" box

After copying the code, simply paste it in the source code of your site in an appropriate location. We recommend that owners embed the player on the most visible pages on your site where viewers and visitors will most easily be able to find and watch the event.

Click here for an example of a broadcast embed, courtesy of our partners at WholesaleChess.com

Once you have embedded the video within your site, you don't need to do anything else to enjoy the benefits of hosting this broadcast. However, if you would like to be included in a broadcast mention on the Chess.com/TV and partners page, you may contact us by filling out the short form below. Please note that you must follow community guidelines to take part in this program and that sites featuring illicit activity or inappropriate material may be in breach of Chess.com and Twitch community guidelines and may be subject to legal action:

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We thank you for your interest in broadcasting our event on your site, and we hope to make this a lasting partnership!

For any questions please contact our esports broadcast department at esports@chess.com.

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