How to Get Started on Twitch as a Game Developer! | Intel Software

Should you stream on Twitch as a game developer? What are the reasons you’d want to put yourself and your game out there for the world to see? How should you go about getting started? We got some successful Twitch streamers answer those questions and share their tips and tricks to help you build a presence as a game developer on Twitch!

Follow these fine folks on Twitch.TV:
Intel Game Dev: http://bit.ly/2bPz2dv
Pehpper: http://bit.ly/2bN4uEY
Capn_Flint: http://bit.ly/2cn49Oq
BanzaiBaby: http://bit.ly/2bN505X
Viking Lass: http://bit.ly/2bN5glk

Visit the Intel® Game Developer Zone:
http://intel.ly/25gI1a5

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Learn about the Portland Indie Game Squad:
http://bit.ly/2aKqYXZ

Checkout Imagos Films:
http://bit.ly/2c0PsNp

About Game Dev:
Check out these videos focused on all aspects of game development. From 2D side scrollers to the newest VR experiences, the Intel® Developer Zone is here to help you ideate, design, build, test, launch, and monetize your game!

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About Intel Software:
The Intel® Developer Zone encourages and supports software developers that are developing applications for Intel hardware and software products. The Intel Software YouTube channel is a place to learn tips and tricks, get the latest news, watch product demos from both Intel, and our many partners across multiple fields. You’ll find videos covering the topics listed below, and to learn more you can follow the links provided!

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18 Comments on “How to Get Started on Twitch as a Game Developer! | Intel Software”

  1. p.s what about yandere dev hmmm? twitch your a hipacrit to yandere dev note that this may already be out dated but your history is recorded lols and yolos

  2. This video could also be called "How to make sure I won't follow you on Twitch". Over exaggerating is unbearably annoying. To be a great streamer, just stream stuff. Let people like you because they like you. I don't care about a schedule, because I don't watch streams on a schedule. Many people's jobs give them random schedules, so if you only stream during a specific time, you will miss out on many viewers. Unless you are catering to toddlers and immature people, don't become a fake silly person. All you need is something to stream and to stream with the video and audio quality at a tolerable level. No mic, no webcam, no expensive games, no skill, no annoying fake personality, no copyright music to play, that's fine, I may be in the mood for background noise of a game without worrying about someone screaming randomly and making me turn down my speakers and choose another stream to watch. My advice is, don't conform, do whatever you want and people who like that, will love your stream. Think of it like a TV, if every channel had people acting like fools and you weren't in the mood to watch a fool, then you would have nothing to watch. TV has a large variety of personality types and types of content. Look at Bob Ross on Twitch, does he scream and act overly excited and speak like a child? No he does not, and look how many viewers he gets. You may say "yeah but he is Bob Ross", but that is my point, he is himself, he isn't a twitch clone, he doesn't have screen overlays for "subscribers" and interactive chat items, he doesn't even speak to a single viewer in the chat, because he isn't even alive anymore. Just think about what I've said. Another tip, is to stream things that other people aren't streaming. If nobody is streaming a specific game or software and you stream it, then you will dominate the viewers for that, even if it is small. There are many times I search for a game or software to watch and find nobody is streaming it, if you were streaming it, I would instantly give you a chance. However if I join and you are playing copyright music, I will leave your channel instantly, because I don't go to Twitch to listen to someone else's taste in music, I go there for game/software streams.

  3. Wow! this is very useful tips. I think I need to work in my presence, in fact I have no presence at all kkkk. Thanks for sharing.

  4. I saw this as an advertisement and it was actually more relevant to me than the video I was trying to watch. Wow, Intel, this ad campaign is absolutely full of WIN.

  5. I've been thinking about this for a while. I can be fun and I can do great development. I'm not sure I can do both at the same time.

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