Contests on Twitch channels are on the rise, and streamers who take the time to launch them do well with their subscribers. If you want to be part of this new trend that makes your Twitch channel more dynamic, we recommend the following tools to organize contests.
Nightbot, interaction is the key
The “Twitch chat” is very important for the interaction between the participants to have a dynamic channel. You may have noticed that the chat can contain unsympathetic and disrespectful messages. To avoid these messages, tools like Nightbot are used.
Thanks to Nightbot, you’ll be able to moderate your shows’ chat and maintain a friendly environment for everyone in the room. If you’re wondering what this chat moderation tool has to do with contests, we’ve already explained it to you.
Nightbot offers your subscribers the option of raffles, and you can increase the moderation for the winners, which we don’t recommend, but there’s no doubt that many of your subscribers will want to chat freely in the chat, which can be a perfect prize for the winners.
You can’t give a prize without knowing the winner, right? The following tools will help you determine the lucky winners.
Feed labels to collect information.
Stream labels are a tool for collecting important information, such as the number of views or subscribers when streaming. This tool gives you the information you need to create a contest where a winner is selected, for example a contest where “subscriber #1000000″ is rewarded; you can compose whatever you want.
This tool is installed on your computer and is also useful for those who manage multiple Twitch accounts. Our advice for using stream labels when creating a contest is to get familiar with this tool so you can plan a good contest where you can use this information.
If you don’t want to spend a lot of time tracking your subscribers’ activity to pick a winner, consider the following tool for creating Twitich contests.
Stream Elements, a rating system for your channel
Stream Elements lets you create a scoring system. In this system, you can make your subscribers get points for the activity they perform on your Twitch channel. It is a very complete tool that can make your channel much more dynamic and different from others.
Stream Elements is very easy to use and doesn’t require you to be a Twitch expert to enjoy it, it’s a perfect application for experts and novices alike.
When checking the scores, there may be a tie in the final score between the different participants. The feed elements will not help you choose a random winner, so we recommend using the following tool.
Lucky&Look 2.0 for a fair draw
Lucky&Look 2.0 is a tool that allows you to randomly select a lucky winner from the different subscribers of your channel. To use it, go to their website, enter the names of your channel and the users who will participate in the draw, also enter the duration of the draw and click Start, finally the name of the lucky winner will appear.
We hope that you found this information useful. However, if you are not new to the world of Twitch streaming, we recommend you to know the best extensions for your Twitch channel, to get the most out of this platform with your streams.