Twitch is one of the most popular live video streaming portals boasting an average of 15 million daily active users and an estimated 2.2 million broadcasters per month.
Statistics show that viewers watched an astounding 560 billion minutes of video streaming in 2018. The platform is owned by Twitch Interactive – a subsidiary of Amazon. Since Amazon repurchased the live streaming platform in 2011, it saw an overwhelming surge in popularity and is currently giving YouTube Gaming a run for its money. Twitch is the leading video streaming site in the United States, and its following is gradually gaining cult status.
The videos on Twitch are either live or on demand and ranges from live video game stream to eSports broadcast and even music broadcast.
Currently, popular games such as Fortnite, PUBG, League of Legends, Call of Duty and DOTA are a permanent fixture on Twitch with many players live streaming their gameplay daily.
However, it is not all fun and games at Twitch, as streamers have a lot of options to earn money from such as subscriber fees, donations, ad revenues, and sponsorships. The money earned by some Twitch streamers just by uploading a live stream of them playing a game can put many jobs to shame and can make them wonder if they should have played video games more professionally. Here is a list of the top 20 Twitch streamers who choose to have a career in Twitch and are making millions of dollars each here.
1. Ninja – 14 million followers
Richard Blevins or Ninja, as he is better known to Twitch users, is the most prolific earner on Twitch with an estimated annual income of a whopping $5.4 million. He earns at least $500,000 per month from his over 50,000 subscriptions alone.
Ninja gained massive popularity by streaming the equally popular game Fortnite daily and even hosted a game with rapper Drake and Travis Scott who broke the record for the maximum views on a single video.
Nearly 60,000 viewers watch Ninja’s live stream every week on an average. Richard used to be a professional Halo gamer before taking up Fortnite on Twitch, and he hasn’t looked back ever since with many other perks coming his way owing to his sudden success.
Follow him on Twitch or his other social media accounts.
2. Shroud – 6.1 million followers
Michael Grzesiek is a former professional gamer known for playing Counter-Strike: Global Offensive who became successful as an eSports gamer. Now the Canadian is better known for playing PUBG under the moniker Shroud on Twitch.
With a little over 40,000 subscribers to his channel and an average viewership of around 30 thousand per week, Shroud earns an estimated $4.4 million in yearly revenues.
He has quit playing Counter-Strike professionally, but he now splits his stream between PUBG and Fortnite. Shroud streams in English and is supported by HyperX. Find him on social media via the following links.
3. TimTheTatman – 3.6 million followers
Timothy John Bater aka TimTheTatman is an active gamer who live streams on Twitch every day except Sundays.
Timothy mostly plays World of Warcraft, Overwatch and Counter-Strike among others and his videos garner nearly 25,000 viewers per week.
His estimated income from his near 35,000 subscriptions alone is $1.8 million a year, and along with sponsorships Ad revenues, his total yearly income goes up to $2.7 million.
Tim is sponsored by Monster Energy and Audio-Technica, Cyber power PC and Razer.
He is still a novice in the streaming world, but he has become a full-time streamer with a dedicated subscriber base which brings him a lot of money at the end of the month. Follow him at-
4. DrLupo – 3.2 million followers
Benjamin Lupo is a professional gamer specializing in Fortnite and PUBG. He also used to play Destiny 2: Forsaken, Ring of Elysium and even SpongeBob Square Pants but now he is a dedicated Fortnite player. He sometimes streams Call of Duty too.
Known to Twitch users as DrLupo, he once played Fortnite along with Ninja which made him famous overnight. Now with an average of 10,000 viewers per week, he is one of the highest earners on Twitch thanks to his gaming skills.
He plays for the ASUS Republic of Gamers, and his subscriber count stands close to 20,000 for which he earns annual revenue of roughly $1.9 million- a little less than 2 million dollars.
5. DrDisRespectLIVE – 3.4 million followers
Guy Beahm is a big gamer and live streamer on Twitch where he goes by the nickname of DrDisRespectLIVE and plays for ASUS Republic Gamers team. He is popular for playing battle royale games and most notably Call of Duty- Black Ops 4.
Guy also plays League of Legends, Fortnite, and PUBG. He streams on weekdays only and has an average 15,000 views weekly. He also has quite a handsome subscriber base amounting to 32,000 which leaves him with an estimated $1.8 million at the end of the year.
With his subscriber base increasing day by day, his income can only go upwards from here on.
6. MOONMOON_OW – 759k followers
The next streamer on our list is known for playing Red Dead Redemption on Twitch and has approximately more than 17,000 subscribers to his channel. MOONMOON_OW is a professional gamer and also an anime aficionado who plays a wide range of games such as Super Mario Maker, Amnesia: The Dark Descent and Call of Cthulhu.
He goes live on Twitch at 10 am EST and 10 pm EST. He also uploads live streaming of games on YouTube where his channel has 147k subscribers. He earns just over 1 million dollars from subscriptions alone, and his projected yearly income is $1.6 million.
7. GeekandSundry – 572k followers
This channel, as the name aptly suggests, is for the inner geeks in you. The channel claims to “celebrate pop culture” all the while acting as the foremost representation of “geek voices” online. It was founded by Felicia Day who also happens to be the creator of popular web series The Guild. The channel streams in English, games such as Dungeons and Dragons, Fallout 76, Poker, Board games as well as Talk Shows and Podcasts.
GeekandSundry has more than 54 million views on their channel and an average viewership of one thousand per week.
They have a large subscribership of over 21,000 which earns them over $1.45 million. Check out their website at https://geekandsundry.com/.
The links to their social media accounts are:
8. Summit1g – 3.8 million followers
Jaryd Lazar is an American Twitch streamer who also used to be a pro Counter Strike – Global Offensive player much like Shroud. Known to his followers as summit1g, he now streams Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 and plays for the team 1G SQUAD.
With sponsorships from Monster Energy, Discord and Corsair among others, summit1g boasts of a weekly viewership of around 25,000. A minimum of 13,000 subscribers contributes to his nearly $50,000 a month earnings which amounts to roughly $1.4 million in a year.
Owing to his increasing popularity among Twitch users his income is only set to soar in the coming years. Follow him on:
9. LIRIK – 2.4 million followers
Saqib Zahid alias LIRIK is a sensation on Twitch owing to his live streams of several favorite video games such as Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, Red Dead Redemption 2, PUBG, World of Warcraft and DayZ to name a few.
Even though Saqib remains faceless during his live streaming on Twitch, he has managed almost $800,000 annually in subscriptions and is closing in on 16,000 subscribers.
His videos are watched by approximately 13,000 viewers each week, and his annual earning is predicted to be somewhat close to $1.3 million.
LIRIK gained a huge fan base because of his constant streaming of survival game DayZ, but he plays a wide variety of games which can be viewed on his Twitch channel.
10. AdmiralBahroo – 668k followers
Next on the list is another Red Dead Redemption player who has acquired quite the following, thanks to his multi-gaming skills and use of panda emotes.
He streams consist of Call of Duty: Black Ops 4, Spiderman, Dead by Daylight, Battlefield, Counter-Strike and Assassin’s Creed.
With just over 15,000 subscribers to his channel and more than 8,000 average weekly viewers, AdmiralBahroo has made quite the fortune since joining Twitch.
Currently, he is close to earning $1.3 million a year and streams every day except Thursdays.
11. MontanaBlack88 – 1.5 million followers
Marcel Eris is a professional YouTuber as well as a Twitch streamer hailing from Germany.
He is better known by his YouTube name MontanaBlack, and both his YouTube and Twitch channel has over 1 million subscribers. MontanaBlack88 streams in German and is known for playing a variety of games.
More recently he has been into Casino games, Call of Duty and Fortnite. His average viewers per week recently rose to cross the 25,000 mark, and most of it is due to his live stream of gambling games and Call of Duty.
He has a large number of subscribers which is nearing 17,000. Such a large number of subscribers contribute to his monthly income of more than 50,000 dollars which in turn brings him a respectable 1.3 million dollars approximately by the end of the year.
He also streams live on his YouTube channel, which has over 1.5 million subscribers, when he is not online on Twitch.
12. TSM_Myth – 5 million followers
Ali Kabanni is a professional Fortnite Battle Royale gamer who is more popular as TSM_Myth, his Twitch nickname. He also plays Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 but his stream of Fortnite is more viewed than his other streams.
Ali streams in English and is partnered by Dr. Pepper, HTC eSports, and Chipotle. Ali is currently hosting Dakotaz, a fellow Twitch streamer, on his channel which has on average over 20,000 views per week. His followers increased a lot since November 2017, but his viewership has seen a slight decline in recent weeks.
TSM_Myth’s probable yearly income is around $1.25 million thanks to his 5,000 subscribers.
His YouTube channel has 4.3 million subscribers and here are the links to his other social media accounts:
13. XQCOW – 1.1 million followers
Canadian YouTuber and Twitch streamer, Félix Lengyel may not have as many followers as some of the more popular streamers on this list but make no mistake, this guy still makes well over a million dollars, $1.25 approximately, from home all thanks to his almost 13,000 subscribers.
Félix is a professional Overwatch player who played for the Dallas Fuel in the Overwatch League.
He also plays Call of Duty and Just Chatting from time to time and live streams them on his Twitch channel- XQCOW.
He streams in English and records an average viewer count of 12,000 per week. XQCOW joined Twitch 4 years ago and is already earning millions. Know more about him at:
14. Sodapoppin – 2.4 million followers
Thomas Jefferson Chance Morris first started streaming as a 14-year-old until he became famous as Sodapoppin on Twitch where he is close to 10,000 subscribers.
He was also the co-owner of Northern Gaming, a Canadian eSports organization, which was later bought by NRG Esports owned by Shaquille O’Neal among others. Nowadays Sodapoppin keeps his ardent followers busy on his channel by streaming gameplay of World of Warcraft and online gambling.
He famously lost $5000 in a single hand with 40,000 live viewers watching. His videos command an approximate viewership of 30,000 per month earning him a handsome amount of $1.2 million annually. Here’s how you can follow him on social media:
15. CDNThe3rd – 1.7 million followers
Caesar Noriega, known to Twitch users as CDNThe3rd, is well known for playing Red Dead Redemption 2 as well as Fortnite, DOTA 2, Call of Duty, Smite and League of Legends.
His average weekly viewership is around 7,000, and his channel has over 15,000 subscribers with the help of whom, and other benefits Caesar earns nearly $1.2 million in a year by live streaming video games.
His followers have increased by 12,000 in the past week, and he too streams in English. He also has 1.1 million subscribers to his YouTube channel. Find him at:
16. CohhCarnage – 1.1 million followers
Ben Cassell is a Twitch streamer from North Carolina, USA and his channel CohhCarnage has an active subscriber base of 12,000. The average weekly views are more than 13,000, and he is known for playing Red Dead Redemption 2. He has also played Warframe, Pathfinder, Throne Breaker and Diablo 3.
With more than 10k subscribers and exclusive benefits from sponsors, he earns him a very attractive $1.18 million per year.
He is partnered by Razer, Madrinas and Discord. You can also watch his gameplay on his YouTube channel.
17. ZeratoR – 587k followers
28-year-old Frenchman Adrien Nougaret is another big earner making $500,000 annually from just subscriptions. ZeratoR, as gamers better know him, is an active gamer who currently divides his time between PUBG and Talk Shows & Podcasts. He also streams videos of Trackmania Stadium, Assassin’s Creed and Battlerite Royale.
Adrien represents team Indy Spensable in World of Warcraft and League of Legends. He streams in French and has nearing 10,000 average weekly viewers to go along with his 10,000 subscribers. His annual income is estimated to be $1.12 million.
Check out his YouTube channel to watch more videos from ZeratoR. To learn more about him follow him on:
18. Castro_1021 – 1.7 million followers
Edwin Castro is an American Twitch streamer and YouTuber of Mexican descent who commands a large number of following on both his Twitch and YouTube channels because of his FIFA commentary and gameplay.
It has been six years since Edwin joined Twitch and has amassed over 8,500 subscriptions along with 1.7 million followers. The recent average viewers per week on his channel, Castro_1021, range between 15,000 and 20,000.
Though he played many games when he started like Fortnite, Battlefield and GTA V, he now concentrates his efforts on FIFA 19 which earned him a considerable following and subsequently large sums of money.
The more than 8,000 subscriptions are responsible for the $1 million he earns yearly. He also streams on his YouTube channel with 1 million subscribers. Get to know him better at:
19. Dakotaz – 3.6 million followers
Brett Hoffman joined Twitch six years ago and haven’t looked back since then. He has over 3.6 million followers on Twitch as well as 3 million subscribers on his YouTube channel.
This 33-year-old known streams under the nickname Dakotaz and is a part of Team Solo Mid along with TSM_Myth. He started by playing WarZ videos and moved on to other survival games until he stumbled upon PUBG which boosted his viewership and number of subscribers.
After Fortnite’s release, he became a professional Fortnite player and live streams it on Twitch.
With an average of 17k viewers per week, Dakotaz earns somewhat over one million dollars annually. You can follow him on social media at:
20. Imaqtpie – 2.5 million followers
YouTuber Michael Santana joined Twitch way back in 2011 as imaqtpie and has over the years amassed over 2.5 million followers.
He became well known in the gaming circle as a professional League of Legends player with his bearded looks and long locks becoming a sensation among fellow gamers. His YouTube channel has 1.7 million subscribers.
He currently streams League of Legends, Call of Duty, DOTA and Overcooked 2. His twitch channel records around 10,000 viewers per week and with the help of his 4.4k subscribers he earns nearly a million dollars each year just by streaming. Follow him at:
Twitch, to the uninitiated, sounds like the sudden movement of one’s body when one’s comfort has been compromised by something unexpected. Hardcore gamers and dedicated streamers know better than that.
Twitch is one of the most popular live video broadcasting platform which is giving YouTube gaming, a similar portal, a run for its money.
It started off as Justin.tv, an online reality show, but quickly turned into a live video sharing platform after being bought in 2011 by Twitch Interactive – a subsidiary of Amazon. Since then the channel had been rechristened from Justin.tv to Twitch.tv and had gained cult-like status among gamers and digital video enthusiasts.
While the focus of Twitch was originally on video games, which still remain popular, it has gradually expanded its avenue to include streams of artwork, music, chat shows, and an occasional TV series.
Live streams of popular videos games such as PUBG, Fortnite, Call of Duty, Warcraft and Counter-Strike draw vast swathes of gamers and viewers to the site which is increasing in popularity day by day since Amazon bought it.
To Twitch or Not to Twitch?
Anyone can Twitch.
If you are not shy of expressing yourselves in front of others and are in fact comfortable at doing so, then Twitch is just the place to be.
Here at Twitch the streamer, that is you, are the selling point, and with the help of your persona, you will have to engage your viewers so that they keep coming back to your channel. You must also keep in mind that not every viewer will be respectful of your persona and you have to be at ease when revealing your unique side to millions of viewers, some of who may judge you negatively.
Avid gamers can also sign up with Twitch as the platform is basically a second home for gamers where a player can interact with other players across the globe and join teams to take part in competitive gaming.
Dedicated streamers make millions of dollars each year simply by streaming on Twitch which goes to show that the platform is not all fun and games but productive as well if you are into it.
What To Twitch?
The contents of your live video broadcast can be anything from a playthrough of games to music sessions and from talk shows to ‘how to’ videos.
The choices are endless, but whatever the content of the stream may be, one must make sure it is relevant and exciting to the viewers. You can even livestream your workspace, but that is not advisable due to obvious reasons. Live stream of cooking is also another way to go.
Games are the most popular choice of streaming content on Twitch, and most streamers do so with a camera so that viewers can see the streamer’s response and reactions as they play the game.
Necessary Machine Specifications For Twitching
Now that you have decided what you want to stream for your viewers, here are the machine requirements to ensure that your first stream is trouble-free.
Twitch Streaming PC Specifications
This article is meant for PC users mainly. However, all information given here is relevant for streaming on other devices such as consoles also.
1. A Good Internet Connection
First and foremost you will require a personal computer with a working internet connection. Poor internet connection is not suitable for streaming.
Here you should check for the upload speed rather than your download speed as your video will be uploaded to the internet for streaming.
A minimum of 5 Mbps upload speed is more than ideal for streaming 1280 x 720 resolution at 30 fps, but the reserve speed is suggested so that you do not max out your bandwidth. For more information on broadcast requirements, check out this guide on twtich.tv.
2. Hardware Requirements
For a smooth experience, for both streamers and viewers, you must use quality hardware of particular specifications on your PC.
You will require at least 8 GB RAM to stream efficiently. Though a 16 GB RAM is usually recommended for optimum performance, 8 GB one often gets the job done.
An Intel processor from 6th generation onwards will do the trick. The Intel i7 processor is preferred, and i5 with the turbo boost is the minimum one can do (or its AMD equivalent).
Streaming live gameplay can cause your system to head up pretty quickly, reducing the performance and thus your stream quality. An efficient CPU cooling system, such as one from Corsair, must be installed to prevent overheating of the CPU due to continuous streaming.
A graphics card is not required for streaming. However, a good graphics card is essential for smooth gameplay and also to enhance the frames per second (FPS) of the video.
Increasing the FPS helps to improve the quality of the streamed footage. As mentioned earlier a competent internet connection is necessary for uninterrupted streaming.
While one monitor is enough, it is recommended to use two so that you can play games on one and stream or chat on the other. It is not advisable to stream and play on the same monitor.
3. Other Accessories
The other essential accessories are a microphone, headphones and a webcam.
Although you can begin streaming without any of the accessories mentioned above, a microphone will make your voice clearer, and gentler to viewers and headphones are needed to ensure you can hear in-game sounds without creating echos for the viewers. The webcam is self-explanatory, and you can use either a 720p or a 1080p webcam, whichever your budget allows.
Join the Twitch verse
It is time to join Twitch, and you do so by signing in for free. Visit Twitch.tv and click on sign up button on the top right corner of the page.
Choose an appropriate username as it will be the one people on Twitch will know you by.
Do not use amateur or offensive usernames, although you can change them later on, they will stick to you and not gain you a lot of followers.
After you have chosen a suitable username, you will have to enter a password and your date of birth.
You will also have to enter valid email id, and it is recommended that you use a separate email other than your personal one.
Create a new mail account with your Twitch username to get all Twitch related emails there rather than cluttering your personal email account.
Since you will be known by your Twitch username, it is beneficial to open social media accounts using the same username as it helps to build up your whole persona which as mentioned before will be your main selling point.
Once you have opened your Twitch account successfully, it is time to hook it up with the streaming software on your PC (more on it below).
Select ‘Dashboard’ from your menu on the upper right corner.
Once there, select ‘Settings’ and then select ‘Stream Key.’
Click on ‘Show Key’ which will generate a new ‘key.’
Copy the key.
It will be required in just a moment.
Download And Install OBS
Open Broadcaster Software is free software which will let you record videos and live stream on Twitch, YouTube and Mixer.
The software is supported on Windows, Linux and macOS 10.11+ as well as supporting both 32-bit and 64-bit versions. There are a lot of settings and features which may seem daunting at first, but you will get used to them as you go along.
Read on to know how to download, install and use OBS to stream on Twitch.
Step 1: Download OBS Studio for your specific operating system.
OBS Studio for Windows, MacOS, and Linux
Step 2: Once downloaded, install the software on your PC.
Step 3: Open the software after installation finishes. Windows users right click on OBS and click on ‘Run as Administrator.’ Running the app as an administrator automatically allows the software to capture your games.
Step 4: Click on ‘Settings’ and get ready to maneuver.
Step 5: First you will see the ‘General’ tab. There is nothing much to do here so skip to ‘Encoding’ tab or the ‘Output settings’ tab.
Step 6: Next select ‘Software (x264)’ as the Encoder.
Step 7: Then set the ‘Video bit rate’ to 3500 and the ‘Audio bit rate’ to 160. Click on apply.
Note: Try not to use higher bitrates as lower bitrates make it easier for viewers to stream your videos.
Step 8: Jump to the ‘Video’ tab and choose the appropriate ‘Video Adapter.’ Select your game monitor if you have multiple monitors.
Set ‘Resolution’ to 1280×720. Choose ‘Bilinear’ as ‘Filter’ and 60 FPS.
You can also reduce your stream to 30 FPS as doing so will let more people watch your stream without buffering. This, in turn, will increase your viewership. Finally, do not disable ‘Aero.’ Keeping ‘Aero’ enabled enhances performance.
Click on apply.
Step 9: Next go to ‘Broadcast settings’ and choose ‘Live Stream’ as ‘Mode.’ Select Twitch as ‘Streaming Service.’
Step 10:Remember the ‘Stream key’ you copied from Twitch? Paste the key in the space for ‘Play Path/Stream Key.’ Click on apply. You can now stream successfully.
Step 11: Change other options as required such as ‘File Path,’ and ‘Auto-reconnect.’
Step 12: Go to the ‘Audio’ tab and choose your audio device and your microphone. The settings are done.
How To Stream Games?
If you are using Twitch, then you are most likely to stream games.
Click on the “+” icon to start streaming
Step 1: To stream games go to the ‘Sources’ tab on OBS and click on the ‘+’ button. Select ‘Game Capture’ and then ‘Create New.’
Step 2: Type in the name of the game you want to stream. Next, open the game and choose ‘Capture Specific Window’ and press OK.
Step 3: Many Twitch users stream with a camera so that viewers may see them.
Note: To do so, select ‘Video Capture’ as your source and name the source ‘Camera.’ Choose the camera and press OK.
Step 4: Then you will have to place the ‘Video Capture’ above the ‘Window Capture’ in the source list and resize as required.
Step 5: Do not forget to add your microphone as ‘Audio Source.’
How to view your favorite
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In the OBS software, you will see tabs labeled ‘Scenes’ and ‘Sources.’
Sources and Scenes section in OBS
‘Scenes’ are what the viewer will see and there can be multiple scenes such as playing scene, waiting scene and break scene. Choose the scene depending on what you want your viewers to watch.
A ‘Source’ on the other hand is, as the name suggests, the source of the scene. Sources may be videos, game footage, overlays, live chat, and even webcams. The sources build up the scenes.
Overlays provide viewers with information to keep them hooked to your channel by letting you put data on top of your stream. You can be creative here and use overlays in several ways to your advantage.
Logos or branding help you build up your Twitch personality which is vital to gain popularity.
You can add a static image by going to the ‘Sources’ tab. Once there click + and choose ‘Image.’
Name the image source and click OK.
Select an image you want to display and resize.
You can put up images of other players you may be hosting for a game on your channel so that users may know who you are playing with.
How Can You Earn Like Ninja?
Richard Tyler Blevins, more commonly known by his online alias Ninja.
Viewers who subscribe to your channel will have to pay a onetime fee of $4.99. The total subscriber revenue is calculated by multiplying the number of subscribers to your channel to the subscription fee.
A streamer receives approximately 70% of the total revenue.
In addition to that, many brands tie-up with streamers and provide them sponsorships. But to avail one, you must be deemed credible enough by the sponsors based on your subscriber count and following. Sponsorships range from $20,000 to more than $50,000 per month. Ad revenue and bit donations also add to a streamers total income. Other sources of income are merchandise sales and sponsorships for professional gamers. Donations from Twitch followers also add to the value.
A dedicated streamer who has managed to build up a large following can easily earn over a million dollars annually.
The opportunities are endless and earning by playing games is a dream many of us dreamt during childhood.
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Primary source of this income is from the subscription fees that followers pay on Twitch. So, in order to make the big bucks, you need to work towards increasing your followers.
Followers on Twitch: Lead the Way
New users, in their bid to get affiliated and earn from Twitch, require followers in a short span of time.
The content of your video and your persona are the most important aspects that can draw more followers to your channel.
But even with these two aspects down, gaining followers is a strenuous process that takes a while to yield any results.
Using follower bots to instantly gain followers is highly inadvisable as bots of any kind are banned on Twitch and the platform’s strict policy makes sure that any accounts found using them will have their channels banned.
That’s where we come in!
Getting Started on TwitchFollowers
Twitch Followers is an authentic website which allows Twitch streamers to legally buy followers or viewers.
It takes two simple steps to get started:
Log in as Streamers using your Twitch username and password by clicking “Get started” or “Login/Sign up”.
How to Buy Credits on Twitch Followers
The quickest way to grow your audience and rack up credits is to buy them from Twitch Followers.
Click on ‘Buy Credits’ at the top of the page.
Select one of the two categories of credits available for purchase:
Gamer Credits (For amateur players)
Mega Gamers Credit (For professional players)
Starts at an affordable $10 and goes up to $75
Starts at $150 and concludes at $1000.
$10 will get you 200 followers or 200 viewers.
With $150 you will get 3000 followers or viewers
$75 pack will get you 1500 followers or 1500 viewers.
Maximum price gets you 20,000 followers or viewers
Thus, you get 20 followers and 1,000 credits for each US dollar you spend – A great deal considering the fan base and money your channel is capable of generating once you invest in it. Start Growing your Channel
Creating Twitch Follow Sponsorships
Follow sponsorships allow you to pay other Twitch users for following your channel with credits you purchased.
To create a new sponsorship:
Step 1) Click the ‘Buy Twitch Followers’ option on the navigation pane.
Step 2) A window pops up where you can set the pay rate and the number of followers you need.
Step 3)The total number of credits required will appear and your available credit can be viewed on the dashboard.
Step 4) Click ‘Create Follow Sponsorship Now’ at the bottom of the window to finish.
Step 5) Members will start to follow your channel and you can see stats on the ‘My Sponsorship’ page.
50 credits is currently the average rate for new follows which means that you need to pay a minimum of 50 credits for each follow. If you want to attract even more follows, you can increase the pay rate.
Well there you have it, the step-by-step guide to buying Twitch followers!
How to buy Twitch views? It’s a prevailing question amongst new Twitch streamers. Gamers from all over the globe are flocking to Twitch.tv thanks to the fact that they can now earn from home by doing what they love to do.
Buy Twitch Views
However, earning from Twitch may be straight forward but it is not as easy as it sounds and takes a great deal of effort and patience to gradually build up your channel by gaining followers and viewers simultaneously.
Many users want to earn big money from Twitch but do not have the time or dedication to persevere. Such users often look for a quick way to earn followers and viewers.
How can I buy Twitch Views?
Success, and subsequently money, in the Twitch universe is determined mainly by two factors- followers and views. A channel is said to be successful on Twitch when it has a large number of dedicated followers and a high average daily views.
While your video content and online persona is going to determine the attractiveness of your channel, it is the number of followers and viewers on your channel which is going to affect your income from the platform.
While many channels have a large following, most of the time they lack viewers due to their streaming time or quality or other factors.
Often users resort to View Bots to get quick views but bots are deemed illegal by the platform and are banned on Twitch.
Do not use Bots whatsoever.
Instead you can legally buy Views or Followers from trusted sites such as TwitchFollowers, where you can also make money on Twitch.
Twitch Followers – The Site to Visit
It all begins with visiting TwitchFollowers.com. Follow the steps below after visiting the site.
Step 1) Log in as a streamer via your Twitch username and password. If you do not have an account already then it is time you sign up.
Step 2) Give Twitch Followers authorization.
Step 3) After logging in, you will see your account homepage. On the left side you will find a navigation pane.
Step 4) Click ‘Viewer Dashboard’ on the navigation pane and it will take you to a new page showing your current credit amount, value and also the credits needed to reach the required credit score.
The site requires users to reach a set minimum of 20,000 credits, equivalent to $20, before requesting payment (Yes, you can earn here as well). The threshold value has been set so as to deter fraudulent activities and verify the earnings of different accounts.
Credits can be bought from the site as well as earned for free.
To earn credits for free, log in from the TwitchFollowers homepage as an earner.
Once logged in you will need to either follow or view other channels on Twitch to earn credits and increase your credit value.
You can earn 25 to 50 credits or even more by following fellow Twitch users. To do so:
Click on ‘Sponsored Follows’ on the navigation pane.
Then you will find different channels which you can follow by clicking the follow button below the channel.
Other useful information is also listed below the channel name and you can also see how much credit you earn by following a particular channel.
Channel name with credit amount
You can earn 50 credits or more by viewing channels for a certain period of time or more. To view these channels you need to:
Click on ‘Sponsored Views’ on the left pane.
Next you will see a list of various channels for you to view.
Be sure to choose channels that you find interesting and follow or view them to earn credits!
Choose from a list of channels that you find interesting.
Buy Twitch Credits
If you are in a hurry to get Twitch affiliated and need followers or viewers immediately, you can always buy credits from the credit store.
Twitchfollowers.com is a trusted source to buy credits.
Click ‘Buy Credits’ on the navigation pane and it will take you to the credit store page where the various credits are listed.
Note: PayPal is currently the only accepted method of payment.
There are two categories of credits.
One is for beginners and casual users while the other is for professional and avid gamers.
Starts at as little as $10 and ends at $75.
Generally, you will get 20 followers or viewers for every $1 you spend.
Thus for $10 you will get 200 followers or viewers and for $75 you can get 1500 followers or viewers.
Mega Gamer Credits
Starts at double the maximum price of the Gamer Credits, that is $150 and goes as high $1000.
$150 will get you 3000 followers or viewers and if you are capable of spending $1000 then you get a whooping 20,000 followers or viewers to your Twitch channel.
Your ultimate goal, whether you are earning credits or buying them, is to reach the threshold value of 20,000 credits.
Once you have 20,000 credits you can use it to get followers and viewers or trade it in for cash and use the money to buy more credits.
In this modern age, video games are the cynosure of the young generation, and they spend a vast majority of their adolescence hooked to their computer screens. The brief escape from reality, and a false sense of accomplishment, that a video game provides is largely unmatched by any other medium. Game makers are cashing in on this vulnerability and are coming up with new multiplayer role-playing games, like PUBG and Fortnite.
The old guns of the video gaming world, such as Call of Duty and Counter-Strike, are still going strong thus cementing the popularity of video games. One can stream their gaming on video streaming platforms for a global audience. Twitch.tv, one such online video streaming platform, allows you to earn an income by following your passion.
How Can You Make An Income On Twitch?
There are different ways to earn money on Twitch, the primary of which is through subscriptions from followers. If you have a Twitch account, then you should become a Twitch affiliate to earn from subscriptions. To become an affiliate one must have at least 50 followers on one’s channel. Followers, on Twitch-verse, translate to popularity. The more followers your channel has, the better is its credibility to both the audience and the platform. More followers also guarantee more views, which also contribute to your total earnings from Twitch. Earning money on Twitch may be easy but getting followers is no mean task, and there are a number of ways to do it.
Different Ways To Gain Twitch Followers
The easiest way to increase the number of followers is by using Twitch Bots. However, using Twitch Bots is highly unadvisable as though it may provide the initial grip on your channel, but it is damaging to your reputation as a streamer in the long run. Furthermore, bots of any kind are banned on Twitch.tv, and any user found using them will also be banned. So it is best to avoid bots at all cost.
Moving on, the other way to gain followers is very simple. You can buy followers from trusted sites on the internet or you can get them for free by following or viewing other channels on Twitch. TwitchFollowers.com is one such site which employs real people to follow and view channels on Twitch. Buying followers from legitimate sites is legal and greatly helps to increase your viewership and make your channel more attractive to sponsors. All you have to do is visit Twitchfollowers.com and follow the given instructions.
Get Started With TwitchFollowers.com
Getting started on Twitch Followers is easy. Below are the steps to get free Twitch Followers:
Connect with Twitch as either streamer or earners.
Log in using your Twitch username and password. (Sign up if you do not have an account already.)
After you log in, you will see your homepage.
Click on the ‘Viewer Dashboard’ option on the left navigation pane. Here you can see your current credit, the value, required and needed credit.
The site requires you to earn at least $20 worth of credit, which is equivalent to 20,000 credits so that you can request for payment. The threshold has been set to prevent misuse of the system and also to verify your earnings.
You can also buy the credits. On top of the page, you will find the ‘Buy Credits’ tab. You can also find it in the left navigation pane.
Click on ‘Buy Credits’ option. There are Gamer credits starting from $10 up to $75. The Mega Gamer credits are for dedicated gamers, and prices start from $150 and go up to $1000. Choose the one appropriate for your channel.
PayPal is the only supported mode of payment at the moment. For every $1 you spend, you will get 1000 credits. Once you have the credits in your account, you can use them to buy either followers on Twitch or channel views.
How to earn Twitch Followers Credits For Free!
If you do not want to spend money on credits just yet, then you can always get credits for free. To get credits for simply viewing and following channels on Twitch, the process is simple and listed below:
Log in as earners from the homepage.
Then click on ‘Sponsored Follows’ on the left pane. This step will lead you to a new page where you can check out different channels which you can follow. Useful information, such as the number of viewers and subscribers and last game played, is listed below each channel.
Sponsored Twitch Follows
Follow channels you find interesting to earn credits. You can generally earn 25 to 50 credits, depending on the streamer, for each follow. The more channels you follow, the more credits you earn.
Another way to earn credits is by sponsoring views. For this go to the ‘Sponsored Views’ option on the navigation pane. Once there you will find channels you can view. Click on the ‘View’ button, given below each channel, if you want to watch a channel. You earn credits for each view, starting from 20 credits, and the number of credits you can earn by viewing a particular channel is also shown below that channel. To earn more credit, you need to watch the channels longer. Keep checking the site for new sponsorships, which are added every two hours, to increase your credits.
You can upgrade your account, by one-time payment to earn ten times more credits as well as premium benefits.
How To Use Credits To Gain Twitch Followers?
Once you start earning free credits by following or viewing other channels, you will aim to reach the payment threshold. Having reached the threshold you may either want to exchange your credits for cash or decide to continue earning even more credits. You may also use your credits to buy followers or views. If you trade the credits in for cash then you can reinvest the cash to buy more credits or followers from the same site, as mentioned earlier.
If you want to buy followers, then click on the ‘Buy Twitch Followers’ on the left pane. A new window pops up where you can select the number of follows you want and the credits per following. You will need to pay a minimum of 50 credits for each follow. Once you have selected the parameters, the total credits required will be shown below. If you are satisfied with it then click on ‘Create Follow Sponsorship Now’.
To buy views click on ‘Buy Channel Views’. On the pop-up window select the credits per channel view. The minimum is 40 credits per view. Also select how many channel views you want, 10 views being the least. Views are as important as followers. The average daily viewership of your channel determines your popularity as well as your credibility. With an increase in followers and viewers, your earnings will increase simultaneously.
Buy Twitch Channel Views
Conclusion, gamers dread the day they have to stop playing video games and find real jobs. Time has changed a lot and playing video games is now a lucrative job many adolescents are veering towards. Thanks to Twitch, and similar video sharing platforms, avid gamers can now earn money, sitting at home, playing video games. Ninja, the most popular Twitch streamer currently, reportedly earns well over $500,000 per month from his Twitch channel alone. This has opened up an opportunity for both streamers and viewers to make an income out of their passion and talent.
Next on this list is ESL_CSGO, popular amongst Twitch regulars for his live streams of Counter Strike: Global Offensive.
In the past couple of weeks he streamed an astounding 305 hours which was watched on an average by 8,282 viewers.
Overall 2,566,902 hours was spent watching videos on this channel. Apart from the well known Counter Strike, ESL_CSGO also used to play DayZ, Halo and Borderlands 2, but of lately he has been concentrating his efforts on Counter Strike.
Developed by Blizzard Entertainment, OWL as it is fondly referred to, is a professional electronic sports league for Overwatch.
The Overwatch channel on Twitch live streams Overwatch play through and has more than 1 million followers. There are 20 teams spread over six countries namely United States, China, Canada, South Korea, United Kingdom and France.
The channel was viewed for 2,265,565 hours over 14 days.
The maximum viewers counted during this period were 178,272. If you wish to follow the OWL then go to:
Timothy Bater, alias TimTheTatman, has recently reached 3 million followers on his Twitch channel.
Timothy is well known on Twitch for his streams of Just Chatting, Fortnite and Warframe.
He also used to play World of Warcraft, Overwatch and Counter Strike but has lately been focusing on Just Chatting along with Fortnite. 1,927,398 hours have been spent on his channel watching his live streams.
The maximum viewers that the tatman has seen were 62,132.
World of Warcraft is a hugely popular game which is evident from the 1,864,488 hours spent by viewers on the Twitch channel Warcraft which live streams World of Warcraft games.
Stream time was a mere 42 hours over the last 14 days but that did not deter the channel from recording an average of 46,957 viewers to go with the more than 111k max viewers on the channel in the same period of time.
The YouTube channel has 1.2 million subscribers compared to the 487k followers on Twitch.
The link to the social media accounts are given below:
Seth Abner is a professional Call of Duty player hailing from Pennsylvania, United States and on his channel scump you can watch live streams of Payday 2, Star Citizen, Arma 3 and of course Call of Duty.
You can even watch Call of Duty: Ghosts on his channel which has more than 533,000 followers.
Seth’s channel had 103,386 maximum viewers who contributed to the 1,795,783 hours of watch time on Twitch.
His YouTube channel, where he uploads video too, has more than 2 million subscribers.
Canadian streamer and gamer Félix Lengyel is well known by his Twitch moniker xQcOW and his channel just over 800,000 subscribers at the moment.
1,472,288 hours of watch time on his channel is on account of the 108 hours of stream time. In the last fortnight his channel had seen at the most 24,545 viewers and an average of close to 14,000 viewers.
He mainly plays Overwatch but sometimes also streams Minecraft, We Were Here Too and Left 4 Dead 2.