Streaming sessions have become wildly popular as of late, between broadcasts on gaming channel Twitch and live-streaming through Periscope and Meerkat. Now, Mobcrush wants a turn, as it has launched its long-awaited streaming service for Android.

VentureBeat has reported that the company has launched its streaming service, allowing users to stream any mobile game directly from a compatible device with version 5.0 or higher for software. It enables game video capture, picture-in-picture camera usage (for those gamers that like to show off), the ability to swap between camera and game view, a privacy screen, real-time game chat (as pictured above) and a number of tools for moderation purposes.

The service is also compatible with those who only have version 4.1 and up, with the ability to view live streams and chat with a number of broadcasters across many games, including Minecraft: Pocket Edition and Vainglory.

Supported devices for the service include many Samsung devices (like the S6 and S6 Edge), and various LG Nexus models, ranged 5 to 9.

With the service, Mobcrush hopes to compete with the likes of Twitch and Kamcord as it attempts to secure a spot in the whopping $30 billion mobile game market. Its hopes are to see mobile streaming get as secure a spot as PC game streaming, although it may take a while to reach the 100 million monthly active users that Twitch currently attains.

If it can get its spot, however, Mobcrush should make a pretty penny from the deal, although estimates weren’t given on earnings just yet. With all its features, however, it’s certain to get plenty of attention. Now the only question is if the company will launch similar features for Apple’s iPhone devices at some point. Guess we’ll have to wait and see

In the meantime, Android users are encouraged to check the app out.