Earn Money on Twitch: Guide to Streaming Video Games

Twitch is a subsidiary of Amazon and serves as the leading video live streaming software. Mainly, the service is for streaming video games, whether live or broadcasting previously recorded games.

Individuals use Twitch to observe gameplay, learn techniques, and overall indulge their enthusiasm for the world of gaming.

Twitch offers users the ability to use their platform both individually and as a team. For instance, with the popular game, Fortnite, it’s a necessity to be a member of a team or “squad” to compete.

Much like YouTube, there are levels involved to achieve monetization of your use. While the first tier is not difficult to achieve, individuals must progress to the second tier to successfully begin earning an income using the platform.

Become an Affiliate

Affiliate marketing on Twitch involves three steps. Here, we’ve laid them out for anyone who has an interest in becoming a Twitch Affiliate.

Seven unique broadcast

This does not mean your broadcasts need to be diverse in the sense of the content you’re creating. Instead, the term “unique” means you need to broadcast on seven different occasions, throughout a period.

500 Broadcast Minutes Within 30 day

For some gamers, 500 minutes of broadcast time is nothing. Especially if this hobby is something you’re heavily invested in, then you can accomplish this without blinking an eye.

Three Concurrent Viewers Over 30 day

This goal may be a little harder to achieve. Three concurrent viewers translate to 3 people who consistently watch your broadcasts for a significant portion of the 500 minutes you’re required to broadcast.

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