It’s hard to say whether or not FierceFire is the right move for live-playback competitions.
While the company has a pretty good live-replay feature, it’s a bit disappointing that FierceEye doesn’t include a similar feature for live competition.
While Fierce Fire isn’t a full live-broadcast service, it does provide a lot of extra functionality, like an option to stream the games and the results of your games, or to record your matches in real time.
The downside is that the live-results feature isn’t always available, and sometimes Fierce Eye won’t even provide the results for your games when you request it.
The company has also added a few other features, like the ability to track your time and watch the results.
FierceEdge also has a live-review feature, but it’s not available in FierceXchange, a competitor to Fiercefire.
Finally, Fierce FX has a streaming-only version of the service.
While you can use the service to stream live competitions or the results from your matches, FFXA’s live-feeder only works in the company’s live streaming platform, and it only works for live events in the U.S. and Canada.
While it’s great to have some more options, FCEA is not a great option for competition.
The only way to get a live streamer on the FCE app is to join a live competition and watch from home, which isn’t really a viable option for live competitions.
The app also doesn’t have a dedicated live-game streaming option, so it doesn’t really offer much of a live gaming experience.
The FCE LiveGame streaming service was launched last fall and is available for $20 per month.