Versatile Video Coding (VVC/H.266) takes video coding to the next level by doubling the coding efficiency over its predecessors for the same subjective quality, but at the cost of immense coding complexity. Therefore, VVC calls for aggressively optimized codecs to make it feasible for live streaming media applications. This paper introduces the first public end-To-end (E2E) pipeline for live 4K30p VVC intra coding and streaming. The pipeline is made up of three open-source components: 1) uvg266 for VVC encoding; 2) uvgRTP for VVC streaming; and 3) OpenVVC for VVC decoding. The proposed setup is demonstrated with a proof-of-concept prototype that implements the encoder end on AMD ThreadRipper 2990WX and the decoder end on Nvidia Jetson AGX Orin. Our prototype is almost 34 000 times as fast as the corresponding E2E pipeline built around the VTM codec. Respectively, it achieves 3.3 times speedup without any significant coding overhead over the pipeline that utilizes the fastest possible configuration of the well-known VVenC/VVdeC codec. These results indicate that our prototype is currently the only viable open-source solution for live 4K VVC intra coding and streaming.