Fewsen's Twitch Service Guide


How to start:

  • It’s important to have an affiliate account (Twitch Affiliate program allows qualified streamers to monetize their channel as they build their audience and work towards the coveted status of Twitch Partner)
  • It is important to choose the right seller. The most important thing is the quality of the goods, proper communication and planning. I definitely don’t recommend using resellers, as there is usually not as good communication and the delivery method may lack important things. You will most likely know a reseller by the selling price, is usually unnecessarily overpriced
  • Anonymity is important, you don’t need any other streamers to know that you use such services. I would recommend using alt accounts when communicating with a seller on Discord or Telegram
  • You should have a legit looking profile (avatar, info about your channel, banners, streaming category, etc). It’s good to try to make your account look as good as possible
  • It’s recommended to have vps, it will make it easier for you to take care of your account. You’ll be able to stream for hours a day without straining your computer. (It’s not a requirement)
  • Remember, minimum amount what Twitch pay is $100 (some countries already have $50). You’ll receive your payment on or around the 15th of each month if your status is payable, and your balance exceeds $50-$100

How to start earning:

  • Having done the basics, it’s time to realize that now you’re going for the money, it’s recommended to have good stats on your account (average viewers, followers, chatters, streamed hours, account activity). It’s not a requirement, but it will certainly increase the chances of getting your paycheck
  • There is no limit to how much money a streamer can make. A lot of “guides” say that you should stick to $150 in the beginning, but it’s not needed. You can make even thousands of $, most of it depends on your account stats and the Twitch system
  • It’s good to have more than one account, we can call it accounts farm. You take care of stats on multiple accounts while trying to make some $ on all of them. After all, money income from multiple things is always better
  • I definitely don’t recommend using any free tools, many of them may already be flagged and will draw unnecessary attention to themselves. Not to mention that many of them may contain a virus or other garbage
  • Now it’s just a matter of deciding whether you’re interested in subs, bits, or both at once. Each sub should give you about 1,8$-2,5$ (sometimes it’s less, depends on country, tax, contract settings). Twitch should pay 10$ for 1k bits. There’s also adbot, which you can use to make money through ads. Anyway, I don’t recommend using adbot as your main source of income. In case you are interested in using it, only for extra income (~10% of your total income)
  • It’s also recommended to use the drip feed method, we use this to make the bits and subs we send look as legit as possible. We will deliver the ordered bits and subs within a few hours, days or weeks (only in case of larger orders, otherwise it’s not needed)