I would seriously suggest forgetting trying to live stream to begin with. Record to camera and then edit it and upload to YouTube once you're happy with your video.
Live streaming is a lot more work to produce something vaguely watchable, and requires a lot more setting up and finicky equipment which never seems to want to be in the right mode. Then you have to deal with all the rights issues, like someone next door playing a song on the radio causing your stream to be cut off mid way through. And if you want a cut away, or a close up, then you start needing even more equipment and software, and it starts getting expensive quickly.
Recorded + edited stuff has none of these downsides, and you can spend time on your content rather than having to worry about what things are doing. That doesn't mean never go live, just get your confidence with what your using first before making things complicated.
This is all good advice - but I wouldn't write it off too quickly. It entirely depends on what you want to do and what look you're happy with. If you're happy with a single camera shot and no fancy lighting and no live cutting between different shots then you may be fine. Many YouTubers get away with doing just this.
Definitely the wrong camera though for that type of fun, IMO.