Twitch streamers have a ton of options on how they can interact with viewers. One of those options is to make someone VIP on Twitch. A VIP is someone who receives a badge and other benefits such as being able to chat in slow mode, sub-only mode, or followers-only mode.
How to VIP someone on Twitch
It’s really important for streamers to have loyal viewers. There are a number of ways to reward loyal viewers, but one of them is the VIP role. If a streamer completes the “Build a Community” achievement by reaching 50 followers and 5 unique chatters, they can assign the VIP role to 10 of their loyal viewers. The more unique chatters a streamer has, the more VIP slots the streamer can give out.
There is an award for good performance. Streamers are rewarded with VIP slots based on the number of unique chatters in their chat per five new chatters. For each 5 new chatters, they will earn 10 more VIP slots and then 10 more at 50 new chatters. At 200 unique chatters, they will receive 100 total VIP slots.
How does VIP work on Twitch
Being a VIP member on Twitch is the next best thing to being a celebrity. Giving VIP to viewers gives them special badges and chat features that allow them to chat in specific situations. They can chat during a slow chat, sub-only chat, and follower-only chat. They can also share links to chats even if link sharing is turned off.
The VIP badge is an easy way for you to stand out! It will let your followers know that you are one of their favorites. However, this privilege is not without rules. VIPs must still abide by chat guidelines and can be timed out if they go too long off-topic or break any other type of rule.
How to make someone a VIP on Twitch
The easiest way to confer the VIP status on someone is by typing /vip <username> into your channel’s chat
The easiest way to remove VIP status is by using the command /unvip <username>.
You can also make someone a VIP on Twitch by logging into the Creator Dashboard and following these simple steps:
- Go to Twitch.tv and sign in.
- In the upper right corner of your screen, click on your Profile icon.
- Select Creator Dashboard from the drop-down menu that appears.
- Head on over to the left-hand menu and click Community > Roles Manager.
- Click Add New on the Roles page.
- If you have a username, search for that user. When the user pops up, select them for the VIP role. A menu will pop up and you can select the VIP option.
- When you’re finished, click Save.
- Can anyone be a Moderator/VIP on Twitch?
Anyone you choose to moderate/VIP your channel can be a moderator. Just like most other social media applications, Twitch doesn’t have any criteria for assigning roles. Similarly, if you wish to be the moderator for some other channel, all you need to do is contact its administrator.
How can you become a moderator on Twitch?
The best way to become a moderator or VIP for a channel is to participate in their discussion and remain active with the community. Usually, it depends on your popularity and management skills. To improve your chances of getting elected as a moderator, try getting noticed by fellow users.
Are Twitch moderators paid?
Twitch moderators are not supposed to be paid in money, but many are paid in kind. Some get free game privileges. If moderators are paid in money, that could be at the sole discretion of the channel administrator.