Streamed data visualization is a new requirement for long lasting discharges and more in general for every long lasting related experiment, such as the ITER Neutral Beam test facility. A prerequisite for live visualization is the ability of the underlying data system to support streaming in data acquisition. Data streaming is supported in MDSplus, a widely adopted data system in fusion research, by means of segments. A signal in MDSplus is stored as a sequence of segments that can be saved individually as soon as the associated data chunk is available. In this way, at any time during the experiment sequence, segments stored so far are readily available and can be used for on-line analysis and visualization. On-line visualization is routinely performed during long lasting experiments, but implementing streamed data visualization, such as strip charts, would overload the data system, especially if a large number of charts are being displayed. A different approach for streamed data visualization is proposed here, using MDSplus events, rather than directly accessing stored data. MDSplus events are used to synchronize components during the experiment sequence, using a multicast organization. A listener can register for a given event name and it will be notified when an event with that name is generated. Events can bring data and are implemented as UDP multicast packets. A data acquisition program can therefore, in addition to using MDSplus for streaming data segments, generate MDSplus events bringing the most recent chunk of samples. In order to make data carried by events available to Web applications, a Node.js server has been developed, listening for the UDP packets and updating the connected Web clients using HTML5 Server Sent Events. In turn, Web client will update the displayed waveforms using chart js.