With the scandal over the alleged leaks of streamers’ salaries on the Twitch platform, the question arises as to whether these statistics are reliable.
The company, despite being quite conservative about these privacy issues, does allow access to a lot of reliable data (graphs of streaming hours, followers, playback hours, most viewed videos, among others), and today we will talk about one of them. This is what you can see on TwitchTracker.
The website has been designed as a compilation of data divided into various sections, although you can also venture once you are on its home page.
As soon as you do, you’ll come across 5 categories: Channels, Games, Clips, Statistics and Subscribers. In each of them you can drill down on what has been and is trending: games with more views, channels with more subscriptions (and those with more paid subscribers per level), the most popular videos of the day, week, month and of all time, languages and all about the content for different countries, and so on.
In addition to the above, you can enter the name of a streamer in the search bar to locate its positioning and other data within the application. Undoubtedly, the statistics are quite complete and so you can have at hand all the historical information since it created the Twitch account.
If you are curious to compare the numbers that two Twitch accounts have and do not want to do it manually, you can click on the scale icon that is just to the right of the streamer’s photo. Once here, just enter the name of the other user to compare statistics ranging from total followers, total views and hours streamed, to peak viewers, followers and views per hour, and so on.
Something that can also be interesting in case you are a streamer on the platform, is that through this section you can add information about your channel to the TwitchTracker list, only if you have several active subscribers.
TwitchTracker is currently the main option for Twitch-specific statistics. However, they hint that since the numbers are updated every day, there may be a certain margin of error.