Founded in 2011, Twitch dominated the industry in esports broadcasting. But today, it’s a leading live streaming platform for games, esports, creative content, music broadcasts, etc., with insane numbers and statistics, which we’re going to talk about in this article.
Twitch reached the peak of popularity during the pandemic times when people were bored at home, searching for new ways of entertaining themselves. It’s hard to find a person who hasn’t heard about this platform, and the Twitch statistics clearly show that.
If you want to delve into Twitch’s world of numbers and stats, proceed to read the article.
Top Twitch Statistics 2021 [Editor’s Pick]
- “Just Chatting” is a phenomenal category on Twitch, with a daily minimum of 8 million watched hours.
- The number of monthly active streamers on Twitch increased by 175% in a year.
- Over 9.89 million streamers were active on Twitch in January 2021.
- Twitch’s value is estimated to be over $15 billion (appr. £10.9 billion).
- Twitch is ranked 34th most popular website worldwide.
- Twitch’s peak viewership is 6.5 million people.
- Astonishing 17% of the digital video viewers watch content through Twitch.
Twitch Statistics by Game
Gaming is the essence of Twitch. eSports and video games make up the largest part of the content. Recently, many other streaming categories sprouted up. In this chunk of our article, we will be presenting all the stats and facts related to games on Twitch.
More than 2.2 million Twitch users broadcast their games monthly.
What makes the Twitch platform so successful is its users, who constantly make live content for their viewers. Twitch streaming stats claim that over 2 million streamers create content each month. Even though the big chunk of the platform is focused on gaming, one can also stream their performing or musical shows, ASMR videos, podcasts, crafting, travel, etc.
With nearly 7 million hours of broadcast in a month, Fortnite was the most popular game in March 2021.
Although the numbers and stats for platforms like Twitch are changing rapidly, Fortnite always stays in the top 5 or top 10 of the most popular games on Twitch. Fortnite also led the charts in the number of streamers in March, with a total of 669,749 streamers and 9,707 channels. The same month, it was in a “Top 10 games,” together with Call Of Duty (5.03 million hours), Apex Legends (4.26 million hours), League Of Legends (3.82 million hours), and others.
Twitch accounted for 91.1% of the market share for live-streaming content.
Twitch was the leading live-streaming platform for gaming in 2020. Over 205 million hours were streamed on the platform, according to the Twitch statistics. The other popular streaming sites followed with much lower numbers. YouTube Gaming Live had 5.5% or 12.5 million hours, and Facebook Live had 3.4% or 7.6 million hours.
Twitch got a remarkable 63.6% viewership of gaming content in 2020.
The distribution of viewed hours differs across the three platforms: Twitch, Facebook, and YouTube Gaming Live. However, the dominance of video game streaming on Twitch is obvious. Although the Twitch trends tend to grow, YouTube’s and Facebook’s user bases are still larger than Twitch’s.
Speaking about the viewership, according to Twitch viewership stats, Twitch is taking over with a stunning 63.6%, which is 4,741 million hours of gaming content. YouTube Gaming Live follows, with 22.5% or 1,675 million hours, and Facebook Live with 14% or 1,041 million hours.
Sources: www.cnbc.com, www.geekwire.com
“Just Chatting” is a phenomenal category on Twitch with over 8 million watched hours daily.
This category has room for any kind of content. Streamers can watch movies, share travel or other experiences, or do whatever they want as long as they chat with their viewers. It holds the #1 rank on Twitch, with over 5,000 live channels and over 55 million watched hours a week.
During the pandemic times, Twitch’s popularity exploded like never before, and “Just Chatting” flourished too — users may have chosen it out of boredom or just because of diversity in daily content. “Just Chatting” reached its peak viewers of 2,871,827 on January 11, 2021, while its peak of 13,287 active channels was recorded on February 17, 2021.
As of July 2021, League of Legends is the most popular game on Twitch, with 42.55 billion all-time views worldwide.
One of the most streamed games on Twitch is League of Legends, with over 31 million followers. It was streamed over 42.55 billion times worldwide. Fortnite and Counter-Strike follow with over 25 and 19 billion views, respectively. However, regardless of the high popularity of League of Legends, the most viewed game in July 2021 was Grand Theft Auto V, which reached 142,53 million hours.
Source: Statista, Statista
Twitch User Statistics
Twitch’s dominance in 2021 happened due to the growing number of its daily active users. Recently, it has reached 15 million active users per day who have the freedom to present anything they consider interesting. Even though Twitch is mostly used by gamers, there are 3 million monthly broadcasters who keep the viewers entertained and bring Twitch ratings to the top.
Additionally, since Twitch has started making partnerships, you should consider moving your influential or commercial work to this platform.
Let’s look at the Twitch user stats below that will blow your mind.
On average, daily active users spend 95 minutes per day on Twitch.
Even though the charts of Twitch stats by game are available to everyone, not everyone knows that the average active user spends almost two hours daily watching live gaming. That’s a much longer period than a person spends on Instagram, which average is 30 minutes daily.
For example, to become a Twitch Affiliate, you should have a streaming time of at least 500 minutes for a minimum of seven days and maintain an average of three concurrent viewers. This whole process is quite time-consuming. That’s why the time spent on Twitch surpasses many other platforms.
Sources: influencermarketinghub.com, techjury.net, www.streamscheme.com
Twitch gets 30 million+ average daily visitors.
This number is a reference to the unique visitors that Twitch receives on a daily basis, which proves that Twitch has become a part of many people’s daily routines. Over 127,000 live broadcasts are going on at any given time.
Sources: twitchtracker.com, twitchtv.com, Statista
Twitch has 140 million unique visitors per month!
As with everything on Twitch, its usage grew rapidly. After its launch in 2011, Twitch exploded in popularity and received over 3 million unique visits per month in its first year.
Below there is a graph showing its monthly usage over the years until the first quarter of 2021. In the present year, there were over 140 million unique Twitch average viewers per month.
65% of users on Twitch are male.
Since Twitch does not regularly publish demographic information about its users, we referred to other online sources.
Regarding gender, 65% of the users are male, and 35% are female. In 2017, there was a bigger mismatch between the genders, where males took up 81.5% of the charts. Maybe this is because back then, Twitch was mostly used for live gaming broadcasts.
Twitch users consume 71 million hours of content, spending more than two times longer per mobile viewing session than YouTube users.
Twitch receives around 7% of YouTube’s active users per month, but Twitch users consume more content per session. The average Twitch viewers who use mobile devices to watch content on Twitch spend 95 minutes per session, while YouTube’s average mobile viewing session lasts 40 minutes. In addition, Twitch users consume 71 million hours of content, about 14% of YouTube.
The interesting fact is that according to the last known estimate, 35% of the Twitch views are coming from mobile. But since this data has not been updated for some time, we can rely much more on the Play Store figures that indicate that the Twitch app has been installed over 100 million times.
The regional distribution of desktop traffic to Twitch is highest in the USA.
The freshest statistics of June 2021 show that the highest desktop traffic worldwide is in the USA, with 22.67% of users. Germany follows with 6.73%. Canada, France, and Russia complete the top 5 list with over 4%.
Males under the age of 35 account for the majority of Twitch users, with 73%.
Twitch’s core demographic includes 65% male users, 73% of whom are under the age of 35. Overall, the number of younger viewers prevails on the platform. The biggest part of the pie chart belongs to people between 18 to 34 years. Their chunk in percentage is nearly 50%. Those between 13 to 17 make up 21% of all users.
Regarding users of the older age group (over 45 years old), they account for only 10%. Having stated that, the older streamers can also enjoy success on the platform, even though Twitch’s audience is mostly young. A pure example is a channel called GrndPaGaming, with a 67-year-old owner who has over 200,000 followers.
Source: mediakix.com, twitchadvertising.tv, backlinko
18.6 billion hours of streamed video content was consumed by the Twitch audience in 2020.
There is no doubt that 2020 was the best year for Twitch in almost every aspect. Twitch statistics show that the viewers watched 18.6 billion hours of streamed content in 2020, which to date is the most significant spike for Twitch. It’s a 70% increase in consumed content compared to the previous years.
The channel that streamed the most during 2020 was xQc, which had 147.8 million watched hours. Generally, the gradual growth rate of average Twitch viewers over the years predicted a bright future for the platform.
Sources: mediakix.com, www.theloadout.com
Twitch’s viewers consumed an astronomical over 1 trillion minutes of content in 2020.
2020 was the greatest year for Twitch as their statistics skyrocketed. In a way, COVID-19 quarantines and lockdowns impacted the success of online gaming platforms. Twitch announced an enormous number of over 1 trillion minutes of content watched in 2020, breaking new ground for the billion-dollar worth streaming platform.
Another unbelievable stat refers to the average viewership, which was over 2.5 million at any given moment in 2020. Also, over 9 million unique creators stream each month in 2021.
Source: twitch.tv, twitchtracker.com
The biggest donation of $1 million (appr. £726,586) was made on Twitch in 2019.
DrLupo is a streamer who made a charity stream for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. He had a goal to collect $2 million (appr. £1.5 million) for cancer research. Minutes away from wrapping up his live stream, DrLupo received a donation of $1 million (appr. £726,586), and guess from who? Twitch itself! The company sent him a cheque wrapped as a gift.
This became the highest Twitch donation to date. It’s brilliant to see Twitch make such donations to the charity streams, leaving an impression of responsibility and showing respect to its users.
Twitch Streamer Statistics
Getting paid to do a gamer’s favourite job or live-stream games sounds so good! This is one of the major reasons for Twitch’s popularity.
There are many ways to make money on Twitch, like Affiliate and Partner programs, donations, sponsorships, and tournament winnings. Any Twitch streamer can do it. But one should have a reasonable audience or be a perfectly skilled gamer since it’s a vast platform and the competition is unbelievably huge.
Below we will present you with statistics about your favourite and most followed Twitch streamers and reveal how much money you can make on Twitch.
Twitch Partners get 50% of the money generated from subscribers. Twitch collects the other half.
Twitch’s Partners are taking home a generous 50% of the monthly $4.99 (appr. £3.63) subscription cost, and Twitch collects the other half. Additionally, there are also monthly subscriptions of $9.99 (appr. £7.26) and $24.99 (appr. £18.16).
The math is simple here; if you get 1000 monthly subs, you will receive a generous $30,000 (appr. £21,798) per year. Now do the math and see how much money your favourite Twitch streamers are making.
There are 10 ways to make money on Twitch, and there is a way of getting paid even without being a Partner!
Twitch streamers earn money mostly through crowdfunded subscriptions, donations from their viewers, and Twitch bits (a virtual good that you can buy to show support for streamers). They also make money from ads, brand sponsorships, merchandise, game sales, and affiliate marketing. Additionally, some streamers generate revenue from YouTube videos and crowdfunding on Patreon.
Here we will list the 10 ways to make money on Twitch, so you can easily research them.
- Brand sponsorships
- Affiliate marketing
- Twitch bits
- Game sales
- Ad revenues
Join Twitch’s two programs for additional benefits!
Becoming an Affiliate or Partner with Twitch is not easy but is doable.
To be considered a potential candidate for the Affiliate program on Twitch, you need to have:
- A minimum of 50 followers
- A minimum of 7 broadcast days in the last 30 days
- An average of 3 viewers or more in the previous 30 days
- A minimum of 500 total minutes broadcast in the previous 30 days
As an Affiliate, you can earn revenue from subscribers, ads, and bits.
In addition, you can become a Partner if you meet the following requirements:
- Stream on 12 different days in the previous 30 days
- Stream for 25 hours in the previous 30 days
- Have 75 average viewers in the last 30 days
Partners gain access to many benefits. Some of them are:
- Receiving revenue from subscriptions
- Unlocking up to 50 channel emotes
- Customizing of Cheermotes and Bit Badges
- Getting a share of the revenue Twitch receives from bits
- Receiving revenue from ads played on your channel
Source: help.twitch.tv, twitch.tv
If you are a beginner streamer on Twitch, you can expect your money a year after your first stream.
Whether you can make money from the Twitch platform depends on how much time you devote to it. Many streamers get their money a year after they post their first video, but that’s not always the case. Many factors matter, such as the popularity of your channel (how many average viewers you have), the number of your original streams per month, and so on.
Twitch streamer stats show that small streamers make anywhere between $50 to $1500 (appr. £36 to £1,090) per month, depending on the number of average viewers they have. So, let’s say if you have 5–10 average viewers, you can expect $50–$200 per month (appr. £36–£145.32).
But if you invest your time in Twitch and learn other ways for making money, you can make a living from it. It’s not an easy way to get money, but if you are spending much time online and know how to make original content, you can give it a try!
51,500 channels have a Partnership with Twitch!
Streamers have to go a long way to become Twitch Partners, but it definitely pays off, considering the variety of perks offered.
A year after Twitch’s existence, in 2012, the platform had over 3,000 Partners. But it has continued growing significantly over the years, reaching 51,500 in 2020. This implies that many Twitch channels managed to be outstanding in every way.
Twitch holds the Guinness World record for the longest promotional stream of over 250 hours.
Twitch TV statistics show that the worldwide record for the longest live-stream video has been 259 hours, 46 minutes, and 45 seconds. It’s held by Chinese automobile company Changan, which conducted a high-pressure engine test on their latest product. During the session, they analysed the technology behind it. Afterwards, the Chinese company answered the users’ questions as part of the stream. Many marketing experts recommend this way of engaging the audience in real-time.
The number of monthly active streamers increased by 175% in a year!
According to Twitch stream statistics, the number of active streamers hit over 9 million in May, which was a 25% increase in a year.
The entire gaming industry exploded last year (2020) as millions of people chose video gaming as their number-one lockdown activity. Besides playing, they also started spending more time watching game streams on video-sharing platforms. Hence, in January, the number of active streamers on Twitch was over 3.9 million, and by the end of the year, Twitch had 9.2 million active streamers, which was a massive increase of 175% in a year.
In January 2021, the Twitch platform set a new record of 9.89 million active streamers. In addition, more than 5 million new streamers started publishing content in the last year and a half.
Nearly 60% of the content served on Twitch is in English.
According to Twitch statistics, the most popular language on Twitch is English, taking an enormous 55.97% of all spoken languages on the platform. Spanish follows with 11.31%, Portuguese with 7.83%, and German with 7.16%. Other languages like Russian, French, Turkish, Korean, and so on are taking smaller than 5% portions on the chart.
There are 49,353 English channels. The most-watched channel in August 2021 was xQcOW, with over 3.5 million watched hours.
When browsing on Twitch, you’ll first see the streams that match your site language. But you’ll also be able to filter streams by language or browse all channels regardless of the language.
Sources: Statista.com, streamscharts.com, help.twitch.tv
Ludwig Ahgren broke Ninja‘s Twitch subscribers record of 100k and became the most subscribed Twitch channel.
Ludwig Ahgren, who goes by his real name on Twitch, ended up making history as he broke the all-time subscriber record count, which was held by Tyler Blevins, better known as Ninja on Twitch.
Ludwig held a subathon (which basically was a subscriber marathon) for 30 days, which finished on April 13, 2021. He got over 270,000 subscribers and counting. RANBOOLIVE took second place, with way fewer subscribers of 75,000, while xQc had just over 63,000.
Interestingly, the Twitch star donated $1 (appr. £0.73) to charity for every subscriber he gained during the subathon.
As of August 2021, Ninja is still the most followed male streamer on Twitch.
A 30-year-old Richard Tyler Blevins, also known by his alias Ninja, is an American professional gamer and Twitch streamer. He gained his fame when he started playing Fortnite Battle Royale in late 2017.
His number of followers for August this year has reached 16.87 million as his primary activities besides playing Fortnite include playing Valorant and League of Legends. He got six awards for his work. Also, if you look at Ninja‘s Twitch statistics, he is doing great as he succeeds in gaining over 500 new followers per hour!
Sources: twitchtracker.com, wikipedia.com
Martinez holds the record for the most concurrent viewers for a Twitch stream by an individual, with nearly 2,5 million peak simultaneous viewers.
The record for the most concurrent viewers for a Twitch stream was achieved by the Fortnite gamer David “TheGrefg” Canovas Martinez, with 2,468,668 views in January 2021. If you are wondering why the stream got so popular, it’s because Matinez was revealing his own Icon series Fortnite skin.
Owning your own Icon series Fortnite skin is a privilege, and there are only eight of them, including his. Previously, Ninja held a record of 667,000 concurrent viewers, but now the new record has been officially confirmed.
Source: Guinness World Records
Over 9.89 million streamers were active on Twitch in January 2021.
Twitch streamer statistics reveal that this year’s peak number of the most active streamers on Twitch was the month of January, reaching the 9.89 million mark. In the following three months, it dropped a little, with 9.52 million active streamers in February, 9.6 million in March, and 9.36 million in April.
Despite the numbers going up and down, Twitch is still ranked the number one platform for gaming. Twitch’s streamers are highly motivated to produce live streams and content daily, as the most popular Twitch channels have millions of viewers every month.
The most followed female on Twitch has over 8.1 million followers.
Who said video games were just for boys? There are many talented girls on Twitch, which proves that gaming knows no gender. The top female streamers list is as exciting as the male list, with competitive players and plenty of channels going up and down on the ranking list all the time.
Imane Anys, better known as Pokimane on Twitch, is the most followed female channel, with 8.16 million followers currently. Her main activities include playing Valorant and other games as well as chatting.
Let’s look at some amazing Twitch statistics and facts here. As Twitch is currently one of the world’s largest and most popular live-streaming platforms for gamers and non-gamers, it accounts for a 91% share of the video game streaming market. With millions of streamers broadcasting daily, there is a little something for everyone to enjoy. If you want to find out what makes Twitch so popular, take a look at these stats and facts.
Amazon acquired Twitch in a $970-million (appr. £704.8 million) deal in 2014.
Twitch is a spin-off of a streaming platform Justin.tv, which just in two years raised $20 million (appr. £14.53 million) in venture capital and had 45 million monthly viewers. After its rebranding, Twitch was about to be acquired by Google for approximately $1 billion (appr. £726.6 million), but the deal fell through because of antitrust concerns.
Just months after this, Amazon bought Twitch for $970 million (appr. £704.8 million) in 2014. A year later, Twitch had over 100 million monthly viewers and over 13,000 Partners. In 2020, Twitch had over 7 million creators streaming content each month, and its value was estimated to be over $15 billion (appr. £10.9 billion).
Source: qz.com, twitchtracker.com
In 2020, 57 billion chat messages were sent on Twitch.
One of the main reasons live streams on the platform got so popular and the “JustChatting” section rocketed in popularity was their interactive nature.
During the “JustChatting” session, you can stream whatever you want as long as you are chatting with your viewers. On Twitch, everyone who is watching a live stream can participate in the group chat. Also, the streamer can answer questions or reply to your comments, which will appear in real-time on your screen.
Twitch statistics for 2020 show that 57 billion chat messages were sent. Taking into account that Twitch is mostly a streaming platform and not a chatting one, these numbers are quite outstanding.
Twitch is ranked 35th most popular site on the web.
According to Alexa, an American web traffic analysis company, Twitch is in the top 50 list of the most popular websites worldwide. However, this rank list is dynamic and is updated daily. The ranking depends on such factors as:
- Estimated daily unique visitors
- Estimated number of pageviews over the last three months
Twitch has a peak viewership of 6.5 million people.
According to Twitch viewer statistics, the platform attracts over 15 million active users every day, but attracting them all at the same time is a different story.
Twitch has a record of over 6.5 million people tuning in at the same moment (although to various streams and content). These numbers are greater than Super Bowl 51 in terms of live streaming! Twitch owes this success to its daily active streamers, who constantly entertain Twitch audiences with different streams.
The highest viewer count on Twitch is on Sundays, with over 3 million viewers.
That’s not surprising at all because people have more free time, and the direct consequence is a 6% increase in weekend viewership. Twitch statistics reveal there are 2.8 million daily viewers on average throughout the week, and the number starts to increase on Fridays, reaching over 3 million viewers on Sundays. That’s why there are 14% more streams for a bigger audience to choose from.
In addition, according to Twitch viewership stats of June 2021, 73.78 million hours were watched over the last six month on Sundays.
As of May 2020, Twitch was the most downloaded app among US users under 30 years old.
Twitch statistics show that the platform is the most popular in the USA. Many users, however, download the Android mobile app. 78.2% of them are between 13 and 30 years old. This might be because the elders don’t have much spare time or simply use the platform on other devices.
The Twitch audience demographics for the older groups are distributed as follows:
- 13.2% of the population from 30 to 39 has downloaded the app
- 7.1% of the population from 40 to 49 has downloaded the app
- 0.9% of the population over 50 years old has downloaded the app
The most popular Twitch emote is Forsen5G, with over 4.5 billion uses.
When the words just aren’t enough, there are emotes. Emotes are Twitch-specific emoticons that the streamers and viewers use to express their feelings in chat.
According to Twitch emote usage statistics, the most used emote is Forsen5G. At the time of writing, this emote had over 4.5 billion uses. Emotes R) and TriHard took second and third place, with 3.7 and 3.1 billion uses, respectively.
Poker on Twitch
A platform as big as Twitch can’t exclude Poker. It’s a very popular game on the platform, and many people stream Poker games.
Twitch.tv has become an important new revenue source for some online Poker players. The most famous Twitch Poker streamers tend to be those who play Poker at the highest levels.
Many major online poker sites have given out dozens of sponsorships to people who bought their followings on Twitch.tv.
Here we singled out some interesting stats and facts about Poker on Twitch.
The peak number of viewers watching Twitch Poker was 124,606.
As Twitch gained its popularity during the pandemic, every section on Twitch flourished. All of the best poker live streams can be found on Twitch. On August 2, 2020, there were 124,606 viewers watching Poker channels. In addition, the number of channels increased too, reaching its peak of 422 on April 26, 2020.
Poker is streamed 9% more on weekends.
It’s a common fact for Twitch streamers and viewers. Everything is better on the weekend: if you are a streamer, you will have much more audience; if you are a viewer, you’ll be able to choose from a wide variety of channels. Poker on Twitch is streamed by 10% more channels on the weekends than on weekdays. At the same time, the game is watched by 7% more viewers.
The most-watched Poker Twitch channel is PokerStars247, with over 321,000 viewer hours.
PokerStars247 has over 127,000 followers and about 710 hours live. Kevinmartin follows with over 191,000 viewer hours. DNegsPoker comes third with over 146,000 viewer hours.
A new Twitch Poker world record was set for streaming 1,000 hours of Poker in 100 days!
Lukas Robinson’s channel, called RubinPoker, set a new Twitch world record for streaming 1,000 hours of Poker in 100 days. To set the record, Lukas played Poker for an average of 10 hours a day. His streams lasted at least 7 hours every day. Besides, Lukas made a profit of $23,850 (appr. £17,329) and was rewarded for his effort with a GGPoker sponsorship.
These unbelievable Twitch statistics and facts may inspire you to become a streamer since many people live just fine from it.
Over such a short time, Twitch has become one of the most popular platforms on the web. The credits partially go to the COVID-19, which has turned many aspects of our life virtual. But this is also due to a shift in where digital viewers are consuming much more content lately. Astonishing 17% of the digital video viewers watch content through Twitch.
We can’t be certain about what the future holds, but the Twitch stats numbers surely predict a beautiful future for this platform.
How much do Twitch streamers make?
It all depends on your status and the number of streams on Twitch. You can expect an income of $3,000–$5,000 (appr. £2,180– £3,633) if you are a professional streamer playing 40 hours per week.
The average Twitch streamer makes around $250 (appr. £182) in ad revenue per 100 subscribers or $3.50 (appr. £2.54) per 1000 views.
If you are a beginner, you will need around 500 regular views to start earning money on Twitch.
What are bits on Twitch?
Bits are a type of virtual currency that Twitch uses as a way for viewers to support creators and streamers financially. While viewers may support their favourite streamers with tiered subscriptions, Twitch prime memberships, or real-money donations, bits are “cheered,” not donated.
Who owns Twitch?
Twitch is owned by Amazon. Justin Kan, a founder of Twitch, first made a deal to sell Twitch for $1 billion (appr. £726.6 million) to Google, but the deal fell through. In 2014, Twitch was acquired by Amazon. Today, Twitch’s value is estimated to be over $15 billion (appr. £10.9 billion).
How much is Twitch Prime?
Twitch Prime is a monthly subscription service. You’ll need to have either Amazon Prime or Prime Video membership to join. Amazon Prime costs $12.99 per month (appr. £9.44), while Prime Video is $8.99 per month (appr. £6.53). Once you sign up for either of the accounts, you’ll be able to enjoy Twitch Prime for free. Additionally, make sure your Twitch account is linked to your Amazon account.
How old do you have to be to stream on Twitch?
According to Twitch’s Terms of Service, you need to be 13 years old to register for an account.
What is the best time to stream on Twitch?
According to one research on the internet, the best time to stream on Twitch is between 7 am to 11 am for your time zone. This is because you will have the least amount of competition, so you will have a better chance at reaching new viewers.
The weekend is the busiest time on Twitch. You will have to compete with streamers who have an enormous number of followers. Therefore, if you are a beginner, your chances of being viewed will be really low.
What is a Twitch raid?
With raids, you can send viewers over to another channel after a stream. Raids are most effective when used at the end of a broadcast. So, if you raid another channel while online, your viewers will be redirected from your channel to the new channel, but the new viewers will still see your stream.
How much does a streamer get per sub?
Twitch Partners usually get 50% of the sub. The other half is collected by Twitch. In other words, the more followers you have, the more money you make.
How much data does Twitch use?
Watching streams on Twitch eats up a lot more data than listening to audio. The amount of data you use depends on the quality of the video, your interaction with it, and the device you’re using. Let’s see in detail how data is consumed:
||Min Time to Consume 1GB
||240p to 320p
||0.3 GB per hour
||3 h 20 mins
||0.7 GB per hour
||1 h 25 mins
||0.9 GB per hour
||1 h 6 mins
||1.5 GB per hour
||3 GB per hour
|Sharper, Better HD
||7.2 GB per hour
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