Twitch retired their Kraken API last year. But since they never shut down the API, I never bothered to update our code to their new APIs. But at the end of the month, Twitch will be shutting down the Kraken servers. As such, it became essential to rewrite some of our code to their new Helix...
Google just informed me that starting next month, Google's OAuth API will no longer support websites which are not behind SSL/HTTPS security. While most websites I run are behind HTTPS; this specific website is not. There is a reason for this, in that OBS-websockets do not work natively behind...
What issues are you having exactly? OBS has a control panel for the websocket.
As for "pay", you don't really need to pay for this website. You get 1 scoreboard for free; and almost nobody needs more than that.
The double piping has to be in your code. It's not a default thing.
So for instance, you would do something like:
var versus_1 = docData['versus_1'].split('||');
Then you would access the two pieces of data with versus_1 and versus_1.