I’m sure you’ve seen it by now. The streamers with a Call Of Duty Overlay that includes statistics like K/D ratio, wins, and a whole lot more. You may be wondering if it’s possible to learn this power, and the answer is a resounding yes. It’s actually quite simple to integrate the overlay into your stream, live stats and all. So check out our advice below on how to get yourself a Call of Duty Overlay with statistics.
Getting an Overlay with Tracker.gg
By far the easiest method to display your stats on-screen is with tracker.gg’s custom stream overlays. They have overlays to display your statistics on all sorts of games, from Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, Warzone, Rainbow Six, Destiny 2, and so much more. To get started, follow this link and select “Create Your Overlay”. Next, choose the game you’d like to show statistics for on stream. For our uses, we will be displaying statistics for Call Of Duty: Warzone.
The next step is to add your profile. You can search for your profile using your PSN name, Xbox Live Name, Battle.net name, or Activision ID. For our purposes, we will be using the Activision ID. Also, feel free to add me and we can try and grind out some wins on Warzone! Once you’ve put in your username, the search box should automatically provide results for you.
Next, we will choose our variant. The variant is essentially the design style of the banner. You can choose from the standard horizontal banner or the more condensed boxed banner, whatever it is that trips your trigger. Then, you can change the colors to properly match your brand. For BudE Gaming, I choose our logo colors, purple and pink.
Once you’ve got everything settled, feel free to hit the save changes button. Now a URL will appear in the box at the top of the screen. You will need this for the next step, adding the Call of Duty Overlay.
Adding the Call of Duty Overlay to Streamlabs OBS
To add your overlay to Streamlabs OBS, just head over to your live scene and under add sources, add a new browser source. Name your source whatever it is you would like and then copy the URL provided in the previous step and enter it in the URL box on the browser source. Then you’re done! Just remember to deactivate it when you switch games, as that wouldn’t make much sense to your viewers!
If you’re interested in the difference between OBS Studio and Streamlabs OBS, you can learn more here: Streamlabs OBS vs OBS – Twitch Streaming Software.