TwitchTV launches advanced statistics tool for broadcasters

At long last, broadcaster statistics are here! TwitchTV has partnered with Mixpanel to provide broadcasters a unique insight into viewer behavior and demographics. Now, it’s easier than ever to maximize the effectiveness of your streams and analyze your performance and traffic across a wide variety of categories.

Located under the “Stats” tab on your TwitchTV Broadcaster Dashboard, broadcaster statistics gives all of our content producers here on TwitchTV a detailed look into the full reach of their streams. Broadcasters can break down their performance by concurrent viewers, unique visitors, commercials played, chat activity, follow / unfollows, viewer demographics, and a whole lot more — all of which can be analyzed by the day, week or month if so desired.

We’ll be talking a lot more about the broadcaster statistics and how best to utilize this new feature to improve your effectiveness as a broadcaster in the future. For now, head on over to TwitchTV Broadcaster Dashboard, take a look at the shiny new statistics, and let us know what you think!

More info and details after the jump!

Select which statistic you’d like to look into

Filter through the various “Groups” within the statistic

In this case, Unique Visitors are sorted by Geo, displaying location of viewers for your stream.

Use the slider at the bottom to narrow down or expand the data…

Select which month of data you’d like to view…

Finally, feel free to download the data as PNG, JPEG, PDF, or CSV

Please take some time to familiarize yourself with all the tool has to offer, and enjoy!

If you have any thoughts, please send them to us at feedback@twitch.tv !

About FishStix

TwitchTV Outreach Manager

Posted on 16/11/2011, in New Features, TwitchTV Beta. Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.

  1. Very cool. Analytics like this is what going to differentiate Twitch from other streaming services as more providers jump on board.

  2. Any thoughts about allowing channel editors to see these statistics as well?

  3. Love stats! This reminds me of the old days of the “itsmycrapstats” bot! 😀

  4. Very very cool, this is something that should have happened ages ago but it looks fantastic and I’m glad its here now.

  5. Excellent work, keep it up!

  6. You can also find general info about all LIVE streams and games here – http://twitchstats.com/lab

  7. Loving the idea of seeing more information. It would be great if editors could see these; they would be interesting to broadcaster but during a broadcast they would need to be more worried about being interesting. ❤ the support

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