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How to Get Verified on Twitch in 2021 [Badge Included]

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Becoming Twitch verified is the goal for many new streamers on the platform. The purple check icon next to your name can show others that you have reached the required metrics and have shown that you adhere to Twitch’s overall guidelines. It also unlocks several new features.

The verified badge next to Eljayem_‘s channel.

This post will go over how you can get verified on Twitch and what it means.

How to Get Twitch Verified

To become verified, you must first become a partner on Twitch. Twitch recommends reaching the following milestones before you submit your application:

  • Stream for a minimum of 25 hours within the last 30 days
  • Stream on at least 12 different days within the last month
  • Have at least 75 concurrent viewers watching your channel.

When you become a partner, you will automatically get the Twitch verified badge. Not everyone who applies to be a partner is approved.

How to Get the Twitch Verified User Badge

To get the Twitch verified badge, you need to become a Twitch Partner. To achieve this, you need to make sure that you are following the full Terms of Service that Twitch provides. While Affiliates are allowed to stream to other platforms, Twitch asks that partners do not.

You must also show that you add value to the Twitch community and don’t have any strikes against your account. Applications for partnership will be considered on a case-to-case basis. If you are rejected, politely ask what you need to improve to be considered again.

What is the Twitch Verified Badge

The Twitch Verified User badge is a purple octagon with a checkmark in it. It is displayed by your name at the top of your screen. Twitch released the badge in 2017 at the same time that the platform released its Affiliate program. It is a designation for Partners as compared with Affiliates and other streamers. If the badge is available to you, you can add it to your account in your backend chat settings.

All Partnered streamers must first reach Twitch Affiliate status. To do this, you must:

  • Stream for at least 500 minutes.
  • Have a minimum of 7 different streams in the last 30 days.
  • Have 50 followers and an average viewer count of 3.

With planning, you can easily reach these goals in a week.

How to Get Twitch Partner

Twitch doesn’t approve of everyone for it. The guidelines are as follows and are based on the last 30 days:

  • Stream for at least 25 hours
  • Stream on at least 12 unique days
  • Have an average viewer count of 75

After you have reached Affiliate status, you can start moving toward Partnership. There are guidelines on Twitch to gain this status, but it isn’t automated like the Affiliate status. Once you get close/surpass these milestones, you must apply for the Partnership title.

Again, not all streamers who reach these milestones gain Partnership. If Twitch denies you after you apply, send a reply message thanking them for their time. Ask them how you can improve so that you have a better shot at the status next time.

Gaining concurrent Twitch viewers is the most difficult of these tasks.

Conclusion

Getting the Twitch verified badge and becoming a partner on Twitch is a huge milestone in your streaming career. It is important to continue with your momentum to keep growing over time.

About the Author

Luci

Luci is a novelist, freelance writer, and active blogger. A journalist at heart, she loves nothing more than interviewing the outliers of the gaming community who are blazing a trail with entertaining original content. When she’s not penning an article, coffee in hand, she can be found gearing her shieldmaiden or playing with her son at the beach.

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