By purchasing these Community Emotes & Badges you are granted the non-exclusive, necessary rights to use these as emotes and/or badges on your streaming platform (Twitch, YouTube and Facebook Gaming.) Since Community emotes are non-exclusive, they can be used by multiple streamers at once, on many different channels. They are not restricted to a single user, but are available to anyone who purchases this pack. But that doesn't make them any less fun!
How to upload your Emotes & Badges to twitch:
When you become an affiliate or partner on twitch you have the option to upload at least 3 emotes to your channel at the following levels
You also get the option to upload badges for your subscribers at the following months
Base brand new sub
Here's how you do it:
Start by heading over to your Creator Dashboard
Next, we're going to look at the left side drop downs and head to "settings" and go to "Viewer Rewards"
If you already have emotes uploaded you'll be able to view them here as well
Since I'm full-up on emotes I've used some screenshots from twitch's own article on how to upload your emotes:
Towards the bottom of the page, you'll see the following options
Thankfully due to a new update twitch only ask for a file with the following
File size of 1MB
Resolution of 112x112px
Meaning that if you choose one file to upload it will automatically downsize for you. Here are the advanced options where all 3 file sizes for your emotes are required
YouTube Gaming & Facebook Gaming:
Unfortunately, unless you're a partner or affiliated on these platforms you get to see very many of the options for uploading emotes and badges, however, it's great that YouTube & Facebook provide articles to assist you on your way, check them out at the links below.
Channel membership perks and how to use them: https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/7544492?hl=en-GB
Supporter Stickers: https://www.facebook.com/business/help/767160797072449?id=648321075955172
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Inch Worm: #c5ff51
Bright Sun: #f9d13b
East Side: #a991d3