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Twitch: Servers Down? Streaming And Viewing Reports In, Twitch Partners With Discord


David Mudd

Read ahead to know more about the problems revolving around Twitch and how you can correct them. Also, read ahead to find out more about Twitch’s current status.

What Is Twitch

Twitch is a live video streaming service. It Interactive operates it. Furthermore, Amazon owns the this streaming service. It was founded on 6th June 2011. Justin Kan and Emmett Shear are the owners of it.

Furthermore, the company focuses on streaming live video games, esports competition, music broadcasts, video on demand and many more such things. Moreover, it has 27000 partner channels as of 2018.


The recommended requirements to download Twitch is a Windows 10 64-bit Operating System. Furthermore, you also need an Nvidia GTX 10 series, 8GB plus RAM, and a 4 core Intel CPU.

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Problems With Streaming

Lately, people have been complaining that their stream is not working. Furthermore, the website is crashing at times and people are not able to watch or stream any shows, esports, music broadcasting and so on.

Furthermore, the company said that users should add their stream URL to their profile. Also, the users have to stream long enough so that the API receives the data. If the streaming problems still exist, then you have to change the setting in your Twitch profile.

Users will have to change the settings from private to public streaming. Furthermore, if the streaming problem still exist, then it is probably because of the user’s poor internet connection.


Connecting Twitch Account With Discord

Users will have to connect their Twitch stream to their Discord account. Open the connections settings in the user’s profile. Post this, open your server settings and open the Integrations category.

Furthermore, the users have to set up the OBS overlay. It will provide a powerful way to connect the user’s Discord chat to their Twitch Stream. The users have to enable the streamer mode after setting up the OBS overlay.

Furthermore, users can also connect to the bots beyond the features offered by Discord.