Twitch Partner Plus Program to Help Smaller Streamers Earn More
Twitch, the popular livestreaming platform, is introducing a new initiative called Partner Plus that aims to provide livestreamers with a stronger incentive to grow their audiences. The program, set to launch on October 1st, will offer more successful creators a 70 percent share of their net subscription revenue, significantly higher than the usual 50 percent. However, there is a threshold of up to $100,000 in net subscription revenue for the calendar year.
To qualify for the Partner Plus program, creators must maintain a minimum of 350 recurring paid subscriptions (excluding gifts and Prime subscriptions) for a three-month period. Once they meet this requirement, they will be eligible for the 70 percent revenue share for the next 12 months, regardless of whether they maintain the 350-subscription threshold. This benefit can continue indefinitely as long as the creator remains eligible.