Digital entertainment + Gamers + Streamers
In the Twitch universe, the live-stream is king. With the strongest attachment to the gaming community, where millions of viewers tune in upwards of 20 hours a week to watch master players do it best, Twitch is also poised to revolutionize live broadcasting as we know it. It’s the powerful stage where influencers shine in a whole new way.
With its nuanced filtering tools, Twitch gives users an opportunity to present content in ways that best represent them and bolster their identity and sense of self.
More than half of all Twitch users are between the ages 18 to 34, an additional 14% are aged 13 to 17 and 81% are male, all with the shared interest of digesting content mostly related to gaming.
Over 16 billion hours have been watched on Twitch in 2020. This has led to hugely successful events, including 12.3 million people tuning into the Travis Scott x Fortnite concert. Users can support each other with native “tokens” and donations, but the key to mobilization is the intense “streamer raids” that streamers can activate from their following.