Video content is one of the most popular and best ways to engage with your audience on a social platform. Twitch is one of the leading platforms for video content and Linktree users can embed a Twitch video, live stream, or chat directly onto their Linktree, with the Twitch Link type.

When the visitor clicks on your Twitch Link, your video, live stream, or chat will open out from the link and play natively, without your visitor navigating away from your Linktree.

💡Tip: On our Pro plan, you can use our Spotlight Link option so that your Twitch video link opens up as soon as a visitor lands on your Linktree.

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Steps:


  1. In your Linktree Admin, hit the Explore button.

  2. Find the Twitch option under the Share your content section.

    💡 Tip: You can also click Add to Linktree from the Linktree Marketplace.

  3. Give your link a Title.

  4. Paste a Twitch video URL in the URL field.

  5. A new Twitch thumbnail and setup will appear below your link.

  6. Select to either Display video on my Linktree or Link off to Twitch.

    🔔 Note: on our Pro plan, there will be additional options to select Display my Twitch channel, chat, or both your Twitch channel and chat.

📲 Using the Linktree app? Click here for instructions.

FAQs


What do visitors see when I'm not streaming?

If you are using the Twitch channel feature that is available on our Pro plan, your channel link will display whether you are live streaming or not. If you are not streaming, your visitor will have the option to turn on notifications for your channel.

What if my Linktree visitor is not a Twitch user or is not logged into Twitch?

If the visitor on your Linktree clicks to interact with your live Twitch chat, they will need to be logged in to join the conversation. A Twitch login screen will open up. If they need to sign up to Twitch, they can do this from here too.

If you have any questions, please contact our customer support team by emailing support@linktr.ee

Tags: #Twitch #VideoLinks #Videos #Streaming #Live

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