You just need a ‘platform’ to showcase your talent, ‘Streaming’ is the correct way in today’s generation where it is equal for all to show what you have to entertain the audience. Twitch and YouTube are one of the greatest streaming services where you can engage with a number of audiences while streaming, which is measured by the term ‘Subscribers’.
Twitch won’t allow you to see how many subscribers a streamer currently has on their channel, which is completely opposite of YouTube. But there are ways to check how many subs a streamer has on Twitch along with stats.
Take note that third-party websites can only give you an approximate sub count on Twitch which might be closer to the actual sub count of any streamer.
It is clearly mentioned on
twitchstats.net that the sub count here is estimated. The interface of this site including the font is quite funky. There are categories added where you can distinguish between the highest viewers to average viewers.
Also, what I like is that you can also search for short video clips with specifically given categories or using specific keywords. You just need to search the Twitch channel name, and the website will show you the details like last online, total views, last online, followers including average and highest viewers.
Twitch Tracker (
https://twitchtracker.com/subscribers) is a bit different than what we have mentioned above. Here, you can just select the Twitch channel and you will get to see more detailed stats along with subs, clips, and streams with graphs patterns. More than that, you can also sort stats to get those details you wanted just by setting the correct number of days within a specific period of time accordingly.
Don’t miss the ‘Top Streams of the Week’ page where you can find the top stream list of the week. If you are a calculative person who likes to grow their channel using analytics Twitch Tracker is good for you.
Social Blade (
https://socialblade.com/) is the oldest platform available out there. Unfortunately, we cannot see the Twitch sub count on Social Blade. But we can see the number of followers along with a video view with detailed stats of a particular Twitch streamer.
Besides this, you can see analytics of other platforms such as YouTube, Facebook, TikTok, Instagram, and more.
Interesting fact: We did research and found that these are the only third-party websites that will show you a rough sub-count of any Twitch streamer.
How to know who has subscribed to you on Twitch?
If you are running a Twitch channel where you stream games or do other activities such as playing instruments or cooking. You can easily check who has subscribed to you on your Twitch channel.
Let it be known that we need to download a CSV file from where you will get to know who has subscribed to you. This is because there’s no other way to know the information, maybe this falls under the terms and guidelines of Twitch.
Here’s how to do that:
Step 1: log in to your Twitch account.
Step 2: Open your Creator Dashboard, click on the drop-down list, and select Channel Analytics. On Creator Analytics, you will get to know your sub count including channel revenue and more.
Step 4: Now scroll to the bottom, and click on Download my Subscriber list.
Due to the special formatting, CSV files need text editors or any other spreadsheet programs to open. I personally consider Google Sheets as the best and most quick CSV file viewer, because there’s no need to download any extra tool on your machine.
Here’s how to open a CSV file using Google Sheet.
Step 1: Open Google Sheets.
Step 2: Click on File and select Import.
Step 3: Upload the CSV file that you have just downloaded from your Twitch Creator Dashboard.
And you can access your subscriber list easily.
That’s it for now, hope this helps! Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below. Till then stay tuned for more info.