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What are Stream Badges?

Stream badges are visual icons that appear in a streamer’s video player. They are usually displayed in the bottom right corner of the video player, and they are used to show the streamer’s subscribers or special group of viewers.

Types of Stream Badges

There are several types of stream badges, including subscriber badges, donor badges, and moderator badges. Subscriber badges are usually only available to a streamer’s paid subscribers, and they are typically displayed in a special color or design to distinguish them from other viewers.

Donor badges are usually given to viewers who have made a financial contribution to the streamer, either through a one-time donation or a recurring subscription. Moderator badges are typically given to trusted members of the streamer’s community who help to moderate chat and ensure that the stream remains a positive and welcoming place for all viewers.


Stream badges can serve a number of purposes. They can be used to reward loyal viewers and encourage others to become subscribers. They can also help to create a sense of community and belonging among the streamer’s audience. In addition, they can also be used to give special privileges to certain viewers, such as access to exclusive chat rooms or the ability to participate in special streams or events.


There are also a number of third-party tools and services that streamers can use to create and manage their stream badges. These tools often offer a wide range of customization options, including different sizes and shapes, and the ability to add text or other graphics to the badges.

Many streamers also use other types of visual elements to engage and interact with their viewers. These can include emotes, which are small icons or graphics that viewers can use to express themselves in chat, and overlays, which are graphical elements that are displayed on top of the streamer’s video.


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