The ultimate guide on how to make money on Twitch
Twitch is more than a place to watch video games. In fact, with millions of monthly viewers, Twitch is quickly becoming a place for savvy gamers to carve out cutting-edge careers for themselves as streamers. More and more, gamers are asking themselves how to make money on Twitch.
Streamers game and share commentary, host tournaments where other players can compete and add an interactive, personal aspect to watching online gaming. There’s a whole other world of streaming on Twitch called IRL (aka In Real Life) where you can live stream art, hobbies, crafts, cooking, motivational talks and more.
Streamers often partner with businesses and brands (like Ting) and use their platform as a tool in affiliate marketing. Streamers use their channels to spread the word about products and services and start raking in sponsorships for tournaments and events and even bounties on sign-ups for services.
Find out how to stream on Twitch
In this post, we’ll help you become a Twitch streamer, starting with the basics of how to stream with Twitch. Then, we’ll walk you through some starting points for monetizing your stream so you can start making money on Twitch.