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If you are looking for a community of Twitch streamers to hang out with then come and join the FollowTrain.tv Twitch streamers community. We currently use Discord to host our chat room plus free voice comms and every one is welcome to join.
What is Discord?
Discord is essentially a communication platform designed specifically for gamers. It’s like a modern day IRC client with a TeamSpeak server bundled with it! It’s awesome and it’s free!
“It’s time to ditch Skype and TeamSpeak. Discord is here. All-in-one voice and text chat for gamers that’s free, secure, and works on both your desktop and phone. Stop paying for TeamSpeak servers and hassling with Skype. Simplify your life. You’ll never go back.”
Discord IOS and Androids Apps
You can even join us using the mobile app and chat when you are not streaming or when your on the move, pop in and say “hi”, keep up to date with the latest Twitch trends and gain knowledge from other experienced streamers and Twitch partners.
How to join us on Discord
First thing you will need to do is create your free account then you can download the Discord desktop client and then you simply choose which device you use either Discord for IOS or Discord for Android.
My plans for the FollowTrainTV Twitch Streamers Community Discord!
I really hope this group can grow and grow and that all streamers can learn and share new ideas in a friendly and open place. Streaming can be difficult and lonely at first, talking to yourself for hours on end with no response. Why not join us and get some support from our community of Twitch streamers!
The Final Word!
I tend to leave a final word summary at the end of every blog post I write. All I can say now is come and join us on Discord, don’t be shy everybody is welcome!
If you are a Twitch Streamer and you are looking for a Twitch streamers forum then look no further. Head over to TwitchStart.com and join the community there.
If you use Twitter then you probably already know the guys that run this forum. The forum is run by @twitchraid who is one of the biggest Twitter retweet services for Twitch Streamers.
TwitchStart.com – Twitch streamers forum
I personally hang out and check posts on TwitchStart.com and you can find me there under the username FollowTrainTV.
How many people use the TwitchStart streamers forum?
They just celebrated their 600th member. They have been online around 6 months at the time of writing this article.
Things you can do at TwitchStart.com
Get some feedback about your stream.
Advertise your stream.
Ask Twitch veterans for all kinds of questions.
Discover new software and ideas connected to streaming.
Get hosted and host others.
Just hang out and make friends.
The Final Word!
If you are looking for a Twitch streamers forum then I would start with TwitchStart.com the streamer’s community. Go and create an account today and remember to introduce yourself and complete your profile page.
The Twitch official blog posted a rather nice look back retrospective for 2015. I wanted to highlight some of the Twitch numbers that I found interesting around the numbers that Twitch boasts.
How many people watch Twitch?
Twitch reported that there is an average of more than half a million concurrent viewers on Twitch. That’s right more than 550,000 people are probably watching Twitch right now while you read this article. Streamers broadcasted 241,441,823,059 total minutes last year. The infrastructure behind Twitch is impressive to say the least! They had a peek of 2,098,529 viewers on August the 23rd during a single weekend when both ESL One: Cologne 2015 and the League of Legends NA LCS Finals both took place.
How many people broadcast on Twitch?
With an average of 1.7 million broadcasters streaming every month that is a huge amount of gamers streaming on the Twitch platform they had a concurrent peek of 35,610 broadcasters all streaming at once in November 2015.
How many partners does Twitch have?
Twitch reported that they have in total 13,476 partners, these are Streamers with that magic sub button.
How do people watch Twitch?
Most people watch Twitch on a laptop or desktop computer around 56% of their viewers with mobile at 35% leaving consoles lagging behind at just 7%. Twitch mobile and tablet app’s reported having over 1,000,000 downloads last year.
How many messages per minute does Twitch handle?
There was a total of 9,169,726,092 messages sent in 2015 that’s 17,446 messages per minute. That’s a lot of Kappa emotes!
The Final Word!
Twitch is an impressive platform with a huge user base. I would argue that Twitch is the home of gaming! It brings the community together in a fun and interesting way and I am proud to be a part of the Twitch history. If you are interested in the Twitch history you can get a really good insight by visiting the Twitch 2014 Retrospective and the Twitch 2013 Retrospective.