So you’ve reached Twitch Partner or Affiliate status and have been bringing in some income on the platform. As excited as you are to be making money from streaming, you’re not entirely sure where or how to check how much money your content is bringing. Have no fear—in this blog post, we’ll walk you through checking your revenue from your Twitch Dashboard.
As a reminder, only Twitch Partners and Affiliates can monetize on Twitch through advertisements. You can learn more about Twitch ad monetization in our guide.
Twitch Channel Analytics
You can quickly check your Twitch Revenue from your Channel Analytics dashboard. Complete the following steps to do so.
- Log in into your Twitch Dashboard.
- Next, select Insights, then Channel Analytics from the left navigation panel.
- You can see your channel’s analytics, from your average number of viewers to your estimated revenue for a specified period.
- To change the date range of the analytics displayed, click the current date range and change by selecting your desired date range on the displayed calendar. If you want to export this data, you can do so by selecting Export Data at the bottom of the graph. The download will be saved as a CSV file.
- To get a breakdown of your revenue sources, you can go to the section below your general channel analytics graph labeled “Where does my money come from?”. For even more information, you can select View Payout History right below the section.
As you can see, checking your Twitch Revenue is as easy as logging in and checking your overall channel analytics. While we recommend regularly checking your analytics to help you better understand your audience and pivot your content if necessary, we strongly advise against fixating on the numbers because it takes your time and attention away from what is most important—creating high-quality content that you and your audience loves.