Never miss a Twitch stream of your game by getting near up to the minute messages straight to your Discord.
You can configure notifications to only trigger once a certain number of viewers are tuned into the stream, or even trigger an
@everyone in the message should you really not want to miss the stream.
@everyonenotified when big streams are happening!
One of the great features of the Gameplainer Twitch monitoring tool is getting pinged when a big time stream is happening.
My definition of a "big time stream" for Space Pirate Trainer is maybe 1000 viewers - yours may be different (a Vampire Survivors stream less than 1000 viewers is almost boringly common 😅)
So you'll be able to set it all up as you like, after you first created your Twitch monitor channel (see previous steps).
To setup super notification:
@everyone, or none)
@everyonewill be raised once this number of viewers is reached
@here/@everyone notification will only happen once every 12 hours, so it won't be spamming your server.
Suppress repeat messages There's a little checkbox will prevent messages sent to Discord every time a viewer count changes. With this selected, you'll only get notifications when viewer counts drastically change (more than 1.5 times the previous notification, so if the previous was 10 viewers, a message won't arrive in Discord unless there's 15 viewers)
You'll find a complete list of Streams on the Streams page right here on Gameplainer. The list of Streams is ordered by game title, and then viewer count.