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Prime Subscription & Loot Reminder

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Developer: Twitch Prime
Category: Loyalty & Recognition
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The Prime Subscription and Loot Reminder adds an icon as an overlay to a streamer's channel reminding viewers they have a free Twitch Prime channel subscription to use, as well as showing them other benefits of Twitch Prime.

Viewers can now redeem their Twitch Prime channel subscription right in the extension. Viewers can also dismiss the extension on a channel for the remainder of that session.

Latest Followers

latest followers extension

Developer: Casperr
Category: Streamer Tools
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Latest Followers is a panel and overlay component listing new followers' screen name and profile image when they follow your channel. The extension also shows a total follower count for the day.

These stats will also show on your live dashboard, so if you open this when you start streaming you can shout out any new followers as they arrive.

Streamlabs Stream Schedule & Countdown

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Developer: Streamlabs
Category: Schedule & Countdowns
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A panel for displaying your channel's next Stream. Set your schedule in the configuration panel and your viewers will always see a countdown to your next upcoming stream. Planning on taking a break for a while? Set a return date and the countdown will inform your fans of when you plan to return.

Streamlabs Leaderboard

streamlabs leaderboard extension

Developer: Streamlabs
Category: Loyalty & Recognition
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A gorgeous leaderboard that combines your cheers & loyalty points into one panel extension. Sort by session, week, month or all time. Reward your viewers for being loyal & supportive and give them the recognition they deserve.

Note: If loyalty points (via our Overlay extension) are not enabled on your channel the leaderboard will default to Cheers only mode.


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Developer: Streamlabs
Category: Loyalty & Recognition
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All-in-one tool - your viewers earn loyalty points, request songs, vote in polls, enter giveaways, and play mini-games that will keep them coming back to your channel.

Twitter Timeline

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Developer: Flightly
Category: Streamer Tools
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Keep your viewers updated with this extension that shows your latest Tweets directly on your channel! Brought to you by Flightly, a Twitter Official Partner.

Featuring support for images, playable videos, and animated GIFs; full 280 characters, retweets, interactive links, and light/dark themes.

StreamElements Leaderboards

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Developer: StreamElements
Category: Loyalty & Recognition
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StreamElements extension helps you celebrate your top viewers and chat keeping your audience updated and happy. Keep track of points, longest subs, leading cheerers, total messages, Chatstats and top emotes and Stream store.

Now including a stream countdown timer, viewer locations and more!

Suggestion Box

suggestion box extension

Developer: Guanzo
Category: Polling & Voting
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Trying to improve your stream, but don't know where to start? It's time to ask the audience. Let viewers write suggestions for your stream. Give them a voice they normally wouldn't have in Twitch chat, and get valuable opinions about the experience you provide. Suggestion Box provides comment throttling to prevent spam. You can also choose to place new comments in an approval queue, and have your chat moderators help out.

Sound Alerts

Developer: Altoar
Category: Viewer Engagement
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Let your viewers play sound effects on your stream to celebrate special moments. Boost viewer engagement and strengthen your community!

Upload your own sounds or select sounds from the library.  You can optionally set Bits amounts for your Sounds Alerts.

Bits will contribute towards users Bits chat badges and Bits leaderboard. An overlay and chat notification will appear each time a Sound Alert is played.

Spotify Recently Played

spotify recently played extension

Developer: Spotify
Category: Music
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Spotify Recently Played lets others see what you’re listening to when you’re live. You can also add all these songs to a playlist for others to follow.

  • Shows the song you’re playing now and your two previous songs
  • A click on the extension will take you to your Spotify account
  • Add songs to your playlist automatically
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In August 2017, Twitch gave streamers additional power in the form of extensions. Twitch extensions provide a wide range of extra capabilities to broadcasters, from game-dedicated overlays to leaderboards to the ability to create polls. We have previously covered two types of Twitch extensions – overlays and panels . However, there are many other types of Twitch extensions as well. There are now over 200 extensions, with people developing new ones every month.

Twitch initially only made their extensions available on desktop, but more recently they have expanded their use to mobile as well. Initially, streamers could just select one extension for their stream. However, Twitch has now opened things up, and broadcasters can now operate up to three video extensions running at the same time, along with up to three panel extensions running below their video.

Developers design Twitch extensions to help streamers and their audiences interact. They add to the viewing experience. Some of them provide a way for viewers to give broadcasters feedback.

You can find many extensions directly within the Twitch Extension Manager . You will find others on individual developers’ site across the web.

10 Best Twitch Extensions for streamers:

Types of Twitch Extensions

Twitch splits extensions various ways within in its Extensions Discovery page. Firstly, it divides extensions by general purpose into:

  • Viewer Engagement
  • Loyalty and recognition
  • Games in Extensions
  • Extensions for Games
  • Schedule and Countdowns
  • Streamer Tools
  • Polling and Voting
  • Music

However, it also indicates the type of extension included in each package. Some Twitch extensions cover multiple types. The types of extensions catered for are:

  • Component
  • Overlay
  • Panel
  • Mobile
  • Bits
  • Purchases

Here are ten of the best Twitch extensions.

1. RedDead-Series Stream Design Overlay Pack provides a wide range of different types of extensions, not just for Twitch, but also for the other livestreaming platforms where you’re likely to find gamers – YouTube, Facebook, and Mixer. The company takes livestreaming seriously and splits its offerings into:

  • stream designs for streamers
  • animations for streamers
  • sounds for streamers
  • websites for streamers
  • video courses for streamers

The company also manages more than forty Twitch streamers, including gtimetv who has 475k followers. includes complete stream design packages amongst its offerings. A recent addition to the line is for players of new super game Red Dead Redemption 2 is a range of RedDead Series Packages . If you regularly stream Red Dead Redemption games, then these enhance the overall look, feel (and sound) of your page.

As with all overlay complete packages, streamers can select from one of three different sized packages to find the combination that best meets their needs. All feature matching design, helping a streamer’s channel look much more professional.

The three packages a potential purchaser can choose from are the Light Package, the Basic Package, and the Monster Package – all RedDead themed and coordinated.

The Light Package includes

  • Stream Overly
  • Stream Alerts
  • Stream Webcam Overlay.

The Basic Package includes everything from the Light Package, along with

  • Stream Intermission Banner
  • Stream Panels

The Monster Package includes everything from the other packages, as well as

  • Stream Talking Banner
  • 3x Twitch Emotes

If you are a beginning or inexperienced Twitch streamer, offers a range of free game streaming tutorials on their site.

2. Streamlabs

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Streamlabs provides a distinct system for gamers to enhance a channel and simplify its monetization. Streamlabs is an all-in-one tool – a streamer’s viewers can earn loyalty points, request songs, vote in polls, enter giveaways, and play mini-games that will keep them coming back to the channel. In many ways, it provided Twitch extensions before there formally was any such thing.

Technically, only the downloadable Streamlabs widgets are Twitch extensions. These are available from the Twitch Extension Manager. These include widgets for

  • Alertbox
  • Chatbox
  • Event List
  • The Jar
  • Donation Ticker
  • Donation Goal
  • Guilds
  • Loyalty
  • All-Stars

However, Streamlabs has also now released their own streaming app – Streamlabs OBS. This provides additional features for streamers, including a sizeable library of free themes – both scene themes and widget themes. The widgets are similar to those you can download from your Twitch Extension Manager.

3. StreamLegends

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StreamLegends is an RPG extension for Twitch that lets channel communities quest and build guilds together. It allows viewers to play during the stream, leveling up the streamer's "town" and have fun.

This makes a Twitch stream much more interactive than usual. Viewers do much more than just watch and chat – the Twitch norm. They become part of the steamer’s town and can join in the action.

StreamLegends gives a streamer’s audience a unique, ongoing adventure that they can all participate in together. Each channel becomes its own guild. Viewers can rally together to build the channel's guild, unlock raids, and share in the spoils.

Broadcasters can give gifts to their channel every day. There's even a chance of raid loot! Players can then collect the gifts by going to the new building that appears in their Guild tab.

4. Washington Post News Ticker

While most people think of Twitch as being exclusively about gaming, it does feature non-gaming material as well. Earlier this year, The Washington Post launched a channel on Twitter, which they described as “a space for civil discourse on issues of the day and a fun entry into news.” Their first streaming experiment on Twitch was for Mark Zuckerberg’s testimony on Capitol Hill. The Post regularly streams live coverage of must-watch news and political events.

The Washington Times hasn’t ignored Twitch’s gamers entirely, however. One of the programs they livestream is “Playing Games with Politicians” where Dave Weigel interviews prominent politicians while they play a video game. Viewers can follow along as the two discuss what’s happening on Capitol Hill and in the headlines and take questions while engaging in a game.

For those more interested in traditional gaming streams, The Washington Post has released a Twitch Extension – the Washington Post News Ticker .

This allows a channel’s followers to keep up with the news while they watch the stream with a scrolling feed of top headlines. Viewers can toggle the news ticker to collapse it if it's getting in the way of the stream. The genuinely determined can right-click on a headline to go to the full story on the Washington Post site.

5. MasterOverwatc

The MasterOverwatch overlay was one of the first Twitch extensions trialed on Twitch in early 2017 before they were even called Twitch Extensions.

As its name suggests, the MasterOverwatch overlay is designed for streamers who play the team-based multiplayer first-person shooter, Overwatch.

It displays all the on-screen stats needed during Overwatch games. It is a product of the Master Overwatch website , which has extensive leaderboards for players of the game on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.

6. Crowd Control

Crowd Control lets a channel’s viewers become part of the game by exchanging coins for items that can help or hinder your in-game progress. For example, viewers can give the streamer a 1Up in SMB 3, or flip their controls in Zelda: ALTTPR. Viewers exchange bits for coins that they can use to activate in-game items live while the streamer plays. A portion of every exchange goes directly to the broadcasting gamer - 20 cents for every Bit. Partners and Affiliates may also be eligible for a revenue share.

Crowd Control works with multiple games. The first three that it supports are Super Mario Brothers 3 (SMB3), Super Mario World (SMW), and The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past (ALLTP). The developers are working on expanding Crowd Control to cover other games, with support for Celeste and Super Metroid likely to be the next two.

7. Amazon Blacksmith

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Amazon Blacksmith was until recently known as Gear on Amazon . It allows Twitch Partners and Affiliates to display a list of the computing/gaming gear that they use. The Amazon Blacksmith / Gear on Amazon list shows as an enhanced panel on the streamer’s channel page. The streamer can customize the background and text color to match their channel’s look and feel.

It is quite common for viewers to take an interest in what gear the gamers use. This extension makes it clear to any interested viewers, while at the same time acting as an affiliate link to Amazon, should anyone want to purchase the same gear for himself or herself. Streamers earn a referral fee for all eligible products their viewers buy on after clicking on their Gear on Amazon list.

As well as being a Partner or Affiliate on Twitch, the streamer will also have to be a member of the Amazon Associates Program if they are to earn any commission.

8. Exclusive Content for Subscribers

As the extension’s name indicates, Exclusive Content for Subscribers allows streamers to create content solely for subscribers on their Twitch channel page. A channel’s subscribers will be able to view members-only videos, images, and posts that the streamer creates on their Twitch channel.

A broadcaster merely needs to visit their extension config page to create content with the extension’s content builder. The post will then be available in a panel on the broadcaster’s page for their subscribers to see – non-subscribers will view a message that encourages them to subscribe to access the content.

Exclusive Content for Subscribers posts a message to the streamer’s chat that will alert their viewers any time they publish a new post.

They can create a wide range of different types of content - behind the scenes photos, videos, stories and more.

9. Snap Camera

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Snap Camera brings one of the most popular features of Snapchat to Twitch – Snapchat Lenses. You can choose from thousands of face Lenses— from iconic classics to Lens Studio community creations.

Viewers can unlock whatever Lens a steamer is wearing. If they are a Twitch affiliate partner, they can even drive subscriptions to their channel with this extension. The Lens activates whenever someone subs for a custom way to thank the streaming community.

10. Sound Alerts

Sound Alerts  allows streamers to upload their own sounds or select sounds from other streamers and assign them multiple buttons. They can let their viewers press a button using Bits to play the sound on the stream. The broadcaster receives 20% of the money paid for the Bits used.

Bits also contribute towards users’ Bits chat badges and Bits leaderboard.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Twitch extension?

Twitch extensions offer a big selection of additional capabilities to broadcasters. Currently, there are more than 200 extensions available and new ones are created every month. Developers create Twitch extensions to help streamers interact better with their audiences. These extensions add to the viewing experience and some of them offer viewers a way to give feedback to their broadcasters.

How many Twitch extensions can you use?

At first, streamers could pick just one extension for their stream. Though, Twitch has now changed things to allow broadcasters to operate as many as three video extensions at the same time, along with as many as three panel extensions running below their video. Also, more recently, Twitch has expanded the use of extensions from desktop to mobile as well.

What types of Twitch extensions do you get?

Twitch splits extensions in various ways. It divides extensions by general purpose like viewer engagement, loyalty and recognition, schedule and countdowns, polling and voting and streamer tools. Though, it also shows the type of extension included in each package. Some Twitch extensions cover various types. The following are some of the types of extensions that they cater for: component, overlay, panel, mobile, Bits and purchases.

How can I create content only for my Twitch subscribers?

You can use the Exclusive Content for Subscribers extension. This extension enables streamers to create content just for the subscribers on their Twitch channel page. The subscribers of the channel will be able to view members-only content that the streamer creates on his/her Twitch channel. All you have to do is visit the extension config page to create content with the content builder of the extension. The post will then be available in a panel on the streamer’s page for the subscribers to see.

Can you upload your own sounds to Twitch?

The Sound Alerts extension enables streamers to upload their own sounds or pick sounds from other streamers and then assign them multiple buttons. They can then let their viewers press a button using Bits to play the sound on the stream. The broadcaster gets 20% of the many paid for the Bits used.

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BetterTTV by NightDev

Customize chat, optimize your video player, auto-collect channel points, and much much more. Explore some of the ways you can radically transform your Twitch experience with a browser extension… 


One of the most feature rich and popular Twitch extensions out there, BetterTTV has everything from fun new emoticons to advanced content filtering. 

Enhances Twitch with new features, emotes, and more.

This extension is not currently available.

Key features:

  • Auto-collect channel points
  • Easier-to-read chat interface
  • Select usernames, words, or specific phrases you want highlighted throughout Twitch; or blacklist any of those elements you want filtered out
  • New emoticons to use globally or custom per channel
  • See deleted messages
  • Anonymous Chat—join a channel without notice

Alternative Player for

While this extension’s focus is on video player customization, Alternate Player for packs a bunch of other great features unrelated to video streaming. 

Let’s start with the video player. Some of its best tweaks include:

  • Ad blocking! Wipe away all of those suuuuper looooong pre-rolls
  • Choose a new color for the player 
  • Instant Replay is a wow feature—go back and watch up to a minute of material that just streamed (includes ability to speed up/slow down replay) 

Alternate Player for also appears to run live streams at even smoother rates than Twitch’s default player. You can further optimize your stream by adjusting the extension’s bandwidth settings to better suit your internet speed. Audio Only mode is really great for saving bandwidth if you’re just tuning in for music or discussion. 

Our favorite feature is the ability to customize the size and location of the chat interface while in full-screen mode. Make the chat small and tuck it away in a corner or expand it to consume most of the screen; or remove chat altogether if the side conversation is a mood killer.

Twitch Previews

This is the best way to channel surf. Just hover over a stream icon in the sidebar and Twitch Previews will display its live video in a tiny player. 

Live previews when hovering over streams on twitch | A bunch of quality of life improvement features to twitch.

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No more clicking away from the thing you’re watching just to check out other streams. Additional features we love include the ability to customize the video size and volume of the previews, a sidebar auto-extender (to more easily see all live streamers), and full-screen mode with chat. 

Unwanted Twitch

Do you keep seeing the same channels over and over again that you’re not interested in? Unwanted Twitch wipes them from your experience. 

Not only block specific channels you don’t want, but you can even hide entire categories (I’m done with dub step!) or specific tags (my #Minecraft days are behind me). Other niche “hide” features include the ability to block reruns and streams with certain words appearing in their title. 

Twitch Chat Pronouns

What a neat idea. Twitch Chat Pronouns lets you add gender pronouns to usernames. 

The pronouns will display next to Twitch usernames. You’ll need to enter a pronoun for yourself if you want one to appear to other extension users. 

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