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Grab the Elgato Game Capture HD60 S for 21% off on Amazon

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If you're on the hunt for good Black Friday savings, we have extensive coverage on all the best savings. You can check out our hub pages (opens in new tab) that cover everything from games (opens in new tab) to graphics cards (opens in new tab). But if you're an avid Twitch streamer or always dreamed of playing games for an audience, Amazon has some great deals on two necessary pieces of equipment you should check out.

Until November 24, 11:59 PM, Amazon has the Elgato Game Capture HD60 S for $120 (opens in new tab) (21% off) and the Elgato Stream Deck (opens in new tab) for $100 (33% off). That's the biggest discount Amazon has ever had on either of these devices.

The HD60 S is great for capturing console footage (but could theoretically be used to capture PC footage too) in 1080p, 60 fps. It also features built-in live streaming to Twitch and YouTube, and supports webcams, overlays, and all those necessary bits to make your stream pop. At $120, it's a great deal.

The Stream Deck is definitely a more advanced piece of equipment for more serious streamers. At 33% off, it's a big discount. The Stream Deck features 15 customizable LCD keys that you can use to switch scenes, launch media, or adjust audio levels. It integrates directly with the most popular software like the Game Capture, OBS, XSplit, and more. We actually use this to help run our weekly PC Gamer Show, and it's a handy tool to have—especially if you don't have a second monitor to help manage your stream.

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Steven Messner
Steven Messner

With over 7 years of experience with in-depth feature reporting, Steven's mission is to chronicle the fascinating ways that games intersect our lives. Whether it's colossal in-game wars in an MMO, or long-haul truckers who turn to games to protect them from the loneliness of the open road, Steven tries to unearth PC gaming's greatest untold stories. His love of PC gaming started extremely early. Without money to spend, he spent an entire day watching the progress bar on a 25mb download of the Heroes of Might and Magic 2 demo that he then played for at least a hundred hours. It was a good demo.