Live streamers have been using Discord for years to interact with their viewers and grow their audience. For many, it’s an integral part of the live streaming experience. But did you know you can connect Twitch to Discord? Doing this allows you to unlock special perks and features. In this blog, we will discuss some of the benefits of connecting your Twitch account to Discord and show you exactly how to do it.
Benefits of Connecting Twitch to Discord
Connecting your Twitch account to Discord will allow it to:
- Get a list of all subscribers to your channel
- Check if a user is subscribed to your channel
Doing this will allow you to show off your favorite streamer’s emotes in Discord chats. As a streamer, you can also set up specific servers for your subscribers so that they can watch your streams together. It’s the perfect
How to Connect Discord to Twitch
Doing this may sound difficult, but luckily, the integration between Discord and Twitch makes connecting your accounts a breeze.
Step 1: Log into both your Twitch and Discord accounts.
Step 2: Click on the cog wheel in the lower left-hand corner to open the user settings.
Step 3: Click on “Connections.”
Step 4: Click on “Twitch.”
Step 5: Authorize Twitch
Doing this will allow you as a viewer to see all of the channels you have subscribed to that have Discord servers.
How To Setup Twitch Subscriber Roles In Discord
You can also create specific roles or servers for your subscribers if you are a partnered or affiliate streamer. This provides additional benefits to your most loyal viewers and increases the likelihood that they will continue to support you for months or even years to come.
To do this, we highly recommend checking out the video below from our friends over at StreamScheme. It covers everything you need to know including:
- How To Edit Twitch Subscriber Roles In Discord
- How To Create Twitch Subscriber Channels In Discord
- How To Setup Twitch Subscriber Permissions In Discord
And much, much more!
Discord is a powerful tool that allows you to interact with your audience in a way that you simply could not do with Twitch alone. It is the perfect platform for hosting giveaways, organizing community events, and building stronger connections with your viewers.
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