Supporting your favourite streamers just got easier! Between now through to September 24th, Twitch and Subway are teaming up for SUBtember! During this time, tier 1 subscriptions are 50% off, meaning you only need to pay $2.50 for a $5.00 sub! This promotion is only available if you purchase through a web browser or the Twitch desktop app, so make sure to use one of those to subscribe.
Also, if you cheer a streamer with 10 or more bits, Subway will add 10% more bits to your total. You even get access to a limited-time sub sandwich Cheermote!
Speaking of emotes…
If you purchase a tier 1 subscription from me at twitch.tv/inthirdperson, you’ll get access to my “Mind Blown” emote!
Express your shock and excitement with this adorable face that’s way cuter than the source material! 😉
P.S. – I know that emotes have been incredibly overdue. Even so, a number of you subscribed to my channel anyways. Thank you so much for your support! Hope you enjoy using this emote everywhere you go on Twitch!
Whomever you choose to support, now is an amazing time to do so on Twitch! For all of the details, head over to Twitch.
Razer aims to #supportsmallstreamers with their #RazerStreamer program. Open to all that apply, this initiative aims to provide benefits to those working their way up with discounts, commissions, the opportunity to win prizes, exposure, and more. For a streamer looking for ways to legitimize their work while also making some coin along the way, this seems like a dream come true.
Before you head over to sign up, I think there’s a lot of good (and not-so-good) things about this program to consider.
My personal highlight at ConBravo 2019 was being able to sit in on the Livestreaming 101 panel with The 8-Bit Drummer, Chatia, Family Jules, and Rabbid Luigi! They provided us with some amazing info on how to take our streams to the next level and we truly appreciate it! For those who couldn’t make it, I captured a bunch of it on video! Hope you enjoy!
During a recent Tetris 99 stream, we had a spirited discussion about how to improve as a streamer on Twitch. There was enough interesting conversation from that stream that I felt it was best to break out those clips into a separate post!
Twitch has finally rolled out the ability for streamers to broadcast together as a squad! Up to four streamers can have their streams appear in one nifty interface. Viewers can then watch every feed simultaneously while also having the ability to flip between each streamer’s chat.