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We’re singing praises to all of our music creators this month!
All August long we’ll be featuring talented musical streamers on the front page, so you can easily join in on all the festivities! We’ll sing, slap the bass, and rock out with some incredible streamers, so join in the fun by following our featured creators!
Twitch is dedicated to helping musicians grow on the platform, so we’ve created the Community Development Program for Music. Its goal is to showcase the diverse creators on Twitch that broadcast in the Music & Performing Arts directory.
The program will consist of six weeks of education about features, products, and best practices that will help those participating to set goals while leveling up their current broadcasts. We’re hoping to have it be a reoccurring program that continues to serve music creators from all backgrounds.
As our Music community grows bigger every day, Twitch is excited to bring you original content geared towards celebrating the amazing musicians on our platform:
On Friday, August 7th from 11AM-1PM PST on twitch.tv/twitch, join us for Follow Fridays: Music Edition! Designed to show love to smaller streamers, we’ll be bringing you the top clips from our favorite Music creators, with chat voting on their favorites in each category! We’ll be mixing and matching, with categories such as “Top 5 Freestyles” and “Top 5 Drum Solos” interspersed with segments highlighting some rising stars on the Twitch Music scene. Hosted by MysterySchoolUS and a special guest, come hang out and maybe even find your future favorite Music streamer.
This August, keep an eye out for new episodes of Streamscape! Streamscape is Twitch’s variety show, highlighting non-gaming streamers in a playful two-hour block of “mini shows.” Our goal is to drive new followers and viewership to all our featured channels using the Dynamic Follow Button. Each creator gets a 25 minute segment to showcase their stream in between quirky commercials and a retro TV aesthetic.