We’ve put together a list of all the streaming resources we could find to help you with your stream.
Chat bots gives you additional features for your streaming user experience.
Nightbot – Nightbot is a chat bot for Twitch and YouTube that allows you to automate your live stream’s chat with moderation and new features, allowing you to spend more time entertaining your viewers.
Fossabot – Fossabot is a high-performance, advanced chat moderation bot for Twitch. It provides a range of advanced and useful features to make your life moderating far easier. Including spam filters, a keyword system where you can create banned phrases with regex support, timers, live tweets, editor/admin access levels and much more.
Wizebot – WizeBot consists of a Twitch bot that scans your chat, displays notifications as well as a background system there to manage your followers, subscribers, viewers, your chat and more.
Streamelements – StreamElements is a rather new platform for managing and improving your streams. It offers many functions such as a chat bot, clear statistics and overlay elements as well as an integrated donation function.
Streamlabs Chatbot – Available on Twitch and YouTube. Streamlabs Chatbot integrates well with Streamlabs OBS.
Moobot – Moobot encourages engagement and loyalty from your Twitch subscribers, followers and viewers. This encouragement leads to more Twitch subs, followers and engagement for you.
Twitch uses IRC protocol, so you can connect to your channel’s chat externally.
mIRC – mIRC is a popular Internet Relay Chat client used by individuals and organizations to communicate, share, play and work with each other on IRC networks around the world.
Chatty – Chatty is a chat software specifically made for Twitch, in the spirit of a classic IRC Client. It runs on Windows and any other OS that supports Java 8 or later.
Donation systems help monetize your stream, allowing you to improve your stream.
Streamlabs – Streamlabs gives you more ways to monetize your channel than anyone else in the industry. Streamlabs works best with Twitch.
Browser extensions enhance the viewing experience by giving you additional features not provided already.
BetterTTV – Enhance Twitch with new features, emotes, and more.
FrankerFaceZ – The Twitch Enhancement Suite, get custom emotes and tons of new features
you’ll never want to go without.
TwitchNow – Track your favorite streams easily with Twitch Now and get a notification when one of your favorite streams goes online.
TwitchLive – Alternative to TwitchNow
Stream Analytics are good for allowing you to dive deeper into your streams statistics, so you can improve your streams numbers.
SullyGnome – The site aims to provide Twitch information for the streamers and game developers who create the content we all love.
SocialBlade – Social Blade is a statistics website that allows you to track your statistics and measure growth across multiple social media platforms including YouTube, Twitch, and Instagram.
TwitchTracker – Track Twitch channels, streams and subscribers along with global statistics visualised in a clear form of tables, charts and graphs.
Customizable Twitch Panel Graphics – Make custom, personalised Twitch Panels for free and without the assistance of Photoshop, GIMP, or any image editing software
Streamdeck Icons – Premium, as well as a free, icon pack for the Elgato Stream Deck and Touch Portal.
How to Stream on Twitch – Tutorial to help you to get started with your very first stream.