Twitch integration training
You might have heard from Twitch integration in our other game Lines. We have been researching and developing the twitch integration mode even further and even at this moment we are improving it beyond limits.
How does it work
Viewers will get to choose their team of choice, so they can vote either red team or blue team, and at the end of the game they can choose their own match MVP. Viewers will get a score for voting for the winning team. The more you vote right the more points you will get, it’s simple really!
People will have 90 seconds to vote, with 3 different warnings. One at 90, one at 45 and one at 10 seconds. The final warning will in addition show the total amount of votes that have been registered. When the time is up the voting will be locked. The people who vote the fastest will get the most points, and the ones that waited will receive less. At the end of the main race (so after the best of 3 rounds) a screen will appear that shows all team voting scores, the in-game MVP and the Twitch MVP. The team score will be divided in a pie chard which shows the percentage of votes for blue and red. The top players will also be shown on the screen of the streamer.
There are a lot of different ways to use our Twitch mode for example; interesting interaction with your community, more involvement with your viewers, even some giveaways to the winners! The possibilities are limitless.
We even want to assist you on your way to the top. We can support you by giving you keys and creating partnerships. Are you interested or have some questions? Don’t be shy, send us a message!
Welcome to the Twitch integration training racer.
On the right side you can see a little tutorial video on how to activate the Twitch mode in Team Racing League.
The video below will show you how the Twitch integration works and how to effectively use is with your community.
Don’t like video tutorials? Don’t worry, below you will find an easy step-by-step tutorial on how to active and use the Twitch mode.
- Step 1. Enter your twitch name.
- Step 2. (You can skip this step if you already have a bot account) Create a new bot account (necessary to keep score). This step will take you to Twitch.
- Step 3. Fill in your bot’s name and you will receive a token. This will take you to Twitch.
- Step 4. Enter the token here. Be sure you make your bot moderator on your own channel, otherwise it won’t work!
- Step 5. After you have filled everything in you can connect to Twitch.
And that is all you have to do! The bot will take care of the rest, like telling people in chat to vote and keeping score.
Good luck and happy streaming!