January 2, 2019

How to start on twitch and earn money | Jesse Berland

What is Twitch?

Twitch is a platform that lets gamers stream video of themselves playing games and lets visitors to the site watch those videos.

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How to Set Up on Twitch

Twitch channel streams are 24-hour streams That mean broadcasters need a computer or console and other gaming equipment,
plus a camera and a microphone headset for broadcasting purposes.

Signing up for a Twitch channel just takes a few minutes. You can create your own login information or use your Facebook account.
The process for broadcasting will depend on how you’re playing games (computer vs. gaming console)

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Create your account here!

you’ve set up a Twitch channel and you’re ready to start broadcasting your gameplay.
What kind of audience do you want to attract?

The videos themselves aren’t the only way you can reach viewers. Twitch also has a chat feature.
Viewers might hit up your chat room to ask you questions about gameplay, or to get to know you better. Responding to viewers in friendly.


Another important factor in your success on Twitch is the games you choose to broadcast yourself playing.


How to make money with Twitch

If you’re a user, you’ll share any ad revenue your channel makes with Twitch. In your Broadcast Dashboard,
you can change the settings on your channel to reflect how many ads you want to play per hour during your video stream (usually three ads).

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The advertising revenue generated by visitors to your channel viewing and clicking on ads
will be shared between you and Twitch and paid out by Twitch to your PayPal account.

So, we’ve covered the basics of Twitch. With a sizable following, you can apply for the Twitch Partner Program.
That lets viewers subscribe to your channel, earning you money in the process. Again, you’ll share revenue with Twitch,
but when you have subscribers you make money each month.

Requirements  for twitch partner

  • Average concurrent viewership of 500+
  • Re
  • gular broadcast schedule of at least 3 times a week

Content that conforms to Twitch’s Terms of Service and DMCA Guidelines. (DMCA stands for the Digital Millennium Copyright Act;
Twitch is careful to keep its broadcasters on the right side of the law)

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