RALEIGH – It looks like a regular video game. Dead zombies line the floor. There’s also a box in the corner where commentators talk through the action.

But listen more closely, and they’re talking law. Yes, that’s right. They’re figuring out who will write the wills for the dead zombies.

It’s all part of a new series called “Lawyers Playing Games” on Twitch, a live streaming video platform owned Twitch Interactive, a subsidiary of Amazon.

Hosted by Raleigh’s Odin Law and Media, the channel provides lawyers with the chance to play games and gain insight into how different lawyers practice.

Odin Law and Media’s Brandon Huffman.

“Traditional networking is important, but it can be kind of boring. Playing a game is much more engaging and gives me an opportunity to talk with other lawyers in a more casual environment,” said attorney Brandon Huffman, who created the series  and provides legal services for video game, technology and entertainment companies.

“It also gives me an opportunity to expose other lawyers to a little bit of what we work on.”

Another perk: it’s fun.

“Being a lawyer and having a family, sometimes the time just isn’t there [to play video games]. But, by bringing other folks in to play, I can call it business.”

Check out the latest stream today at 2 pm with Stephanie Fields from The Forrest Firm.