Twitch is the best platform for live broadcasts, although YouTube started the era of streaming games, in this Twitch has surpassed it and thanks to its many options such as raids. The ideal place for broadcasts during the game is simply Twitch, but its options are often difficult to understand. To help our readers, we have created this rumor about raids in Twitch, what they are and how to carry them out.
What are raids?
Raids are an option in Twitch that allows a streamer to send your entire audience into the live stream of another stream when yours ends.
This option allows streamers to help each other. However, if you’re a viewer and you’ve watched a Twitch show to the end, you’ll want to watch more content, and this option will immediately lead to new content.
These raids have enabled viewers to get new channels they are interested in and have increased the number of followers of content creators.
How to raid Twitch
The raid is one of the easiest things to do at Twitch. First of all, it is important that the viewers know that you are doing it – so they don’t get caught. You can use the Viewer Alert to share a message you want to see massively displayed in your raid partner’s streaming channel. For example, a message that your viewers say comes from your channel will again attract the attention of the original banners and you will be a little more popular.
Once your viewers have been alerted, all you have to do is place the raid command and the name of the channel in the chat, e.g. /raid cahloduty, this way you slaughter a channel, you change the name of the channel cahloduty to the channel you want to slaughter.
After executing the /raid code, a message appears for 10 seconds indicating that the raid can now be executed, but it is inactive. After 10 seconds, the option to start the raid is activated. If you do not click Start or Cancel after 80 seconds, the raid will start automatically and viewers will receive a fixed message on the screen indicating that they are participating in a raid.
If you are a viewer and do not want to participate in a raid, you can click the “Exit” option in the fixed message that contains the name of the channel that is performing the raid and the number of viewers of that channel.
Cancel an accidentally started raid
What if you accidentally start a raid? All right, remember the 10-second counter message that appears after sending the code: /raid on chat? During these seconds, just enter the code /uraid to abort, and you can also click Cancel before the automatic start time expires.