This week, Twitch unveiled brand new plans to add Achievements and Stream Summary to the list of tools available to people who are either partnered with the service or are in an affiliate program. There is now an achievement bar that will help people who currently stream figure out if they’re near the required goals to becoming partnered or affiliated, along with the Stream Summary which will show you the statistic of your previous streams and how you’re doing from event to event. These are the kind of statistics people need to figure out where they stand, getting sponsorships, and essentially figuring out what works and what doesn’t. These tools are active right now to those who wish to utilize them. Here’s a brief quote from Twitch on the launch.
“Twitch has a creator first mentality and we constantly work to help our community be more successful,” said Jessica Messinger, Creator Growth Marketing Manager, Twitch. “This includes our two latest features for creators all over the world. Achievements help answer the questions of what’s next? Showing creators how they are progressing toward major milestones like becoming an Affiliate or Partner, as well as other things to indicate progress like hours streamed. Stream Summary surfaces highlights from a creator’s last broadcast all in one place after a stream ends.”
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