Salty Zombies Twitch Stream Team
Welcome to the Salty Zombies twitch stream team. Below are all the streamers that are part of our fantastic team. We are all members of the Salty Zombies gaming community and share a passion for playing games. The stream team is designed to help each other grow and make the dream of playing games for a living, a reality.
If you want to be part of the Salty Zombies stream team, please join our Discord and contact one of the admins. There are specific rules and prerequisites if you want to join the team.
Benefits of Joining a Twitch Stream Team
- Team name on your Twitch channel
- Added to the active member list, which features you near the top, whenever you go live.
- Greater reach and viewership due to cross-promotion between channels.
- Networking and collaborative opportunities between channels and creators.
- Greater opportunities for sponsorships.
Follow the stream team
Watch our Twitch Stream Team
The event is usually streamed by the SZ founder, Namsaknoi and our 2 resident streamers, senior admin Amare and admin Just In Time, links below. If you are a streamer, then by all means, please feel free to stream the event. If you regularly or have the ability to record your screen, then please do so. After each event, we collect the footage of as many perspectives as possible, make a cool video, and upload it to our Youtube channel.
Want to join the Twitch Stream Team?
Tier 3 Patreon
To be part of the Salty Zombies stream team, you must be a Tier 3 Patreon. You can sign up for our Patreon here and enjoy the rest of the other perks.
Salty Zombies Discord Link
Salty Zombies Discord should be linked to the main part of your Twitch Profile, and you should be active in the Salty Zombie Discord as well as verbally promoting your viewers to join it. I personally do not recommend bothering to have your own Discord, especially if you’re a male streamer.
Discord communities based around individuals never procure any benefit. Even Discords that belong to big streamers like Ninja or Pokemane are just inactive. Their settings are always set to “appear offline”, and they never interact or talk with their Discord members. The Discords for big streamers are usually just pushing their sponsor’s promotions. There is no sense of community or commaradary in these Discords.
If you want to grow on Twitch, then Discord is excellent, but only as a shared Twitch stream team or an organization with a community with similar interests:
Raid Team Members
A stream team is all about helping each other grow. A good way to do that is to check this page as you are about to end your steam. Here, you can see if any other stream team member is live. If they are, you should raid them and send your viewers to check out their stream.
To raid another streamer, you must type in your Twitch chat /raid Shortcode is not complete. Either add some streamer or game_id.. So, for example, /raid krixluther – then press enter, there will be a 10-second count down at the top of your chatbox. Once it hits zero, you will be able to hit the raid button, which will instantly send your views to the other streamer.
Must be Twitch affiliate
All Salty Zombies Twitch stream team members must be affiliate level or higher. To become an affiliate, you need:
- Stream a total of 8 hours within 30 days
- Stream on 7 different days within a 30 days
- Have an average of 3+ viewers on those streams
Stream once a week minimum
All members of the Salty Zombies Twitch Stream Team must stream a minimum of once per week. Please let us know if you can not stream more than once per week due to work, holiday, or need a break.
Auto Host/Recommended List
All members of the stream team must add the other members to their auto host/recommended list on their Twitch channel. To do this go to your “Settings” – “Channel” – Then scroll down to the bottom and you will see “My Streamer Shelf”. Edit the auto host list and add the current stream members.
Stream On Our Servers
If you are part of the Salty Zombies stream team, you must regularly stream on our servers. You can not stream on someone else’s or another organisation’s server.