To host (a stream) on Twitch is to have a live stream that is going on in one channel running on your channel. Twitch enables you to host a live stream without any restrictions as it continues to build a communal sense among all its viewers and content creators on its platform.
Whenever viewers choose to host a stream, the source channel is usually notified. Also, when your viewers are enjoying hosted content, they will be notified through a banner that it is hosted. This article is going to guide you on how to host a stream on Twitch.
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Hosting someone else’s stream is a way to show support for them. Also, you help them to attract more viewers because those who have subscribed to your channel can watch the hosted stream.
Mostly, smaller channels usually host bigger channels. This helps the smaller channels to get more attention. When you host a bigger channel, the best bet is that your number of followers will increase, even if it’s by one person.
This article is going to show you how to host on both the app (Android and iOS) and PC (Windows, macOS, and Linux). You need to have a Twitch account so if you don’t, sign up for one. Once that is done, go through the steps that follow.
On the website, this is how you go about it:
/host averageaden (the name is not case sensitive)
On the app, this is how you go about it:
Now, you can entertain your viewers by hosting content from other channels without any hassles. The commands are simple to follow. Whenever you’re offline, you can always keep your viewers engaged by broadcasting to them hosted content.