Twitch Support: Number, Chat, and Contact Form

Twitch Support

You may need to contact Twitch Support at some time, whether you’re a Twitch streamer or a Twitch viewer.

We’ve put up this article to assist you in doing that.

Twitch is an American video live streaming service that focuses on video game live streaming, including broadcasts of esports competitions.

In addition, it offers music broadcasts, creative content, and, more recently, “in real life” streams.

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Twitch Phone Number

When it comes to getting in Touch with Twitch, there is no specific contact number.

Although Twitch offers various online services from which you can contact a live representative.

Contact Us Option on Twitch

Follow the below steps to get in Touch with Twitch support

  1. Open your web browser and visit
  2. Now, login using your ID and Password.
  3. Fill out all the information asked and address your issues.
  4. You can also upload any images or screenshots of the problem you are facing.
  5. Check the “I’m not a Robot box.”
  6. Lastly, tap on Submit button.

How Long Does Twitch Customer Service Take?

If you raised a complaint via Twitch’s “Contact Us” form, you would receive an auto-reply in your email stating that an answer should arrive in 5-7 working days.

Contact Twitch Support on Twitter

@TwitchSupport is Twitch’s official Twitter handle for customer service, and it may be reached at any time.

This profile is “used to convey known site issues, launch new goods and features, and teach people on Twitch-specific topics,” as per Twitch’s Twitter “Twitch Support” FAQs.

Sadly, it is not a substitute for filing out a ticket using Twitch’s “Contact Us” form, which can be found here.

You can tweet to @TwitchSupport for general help (which you can also acquire from experienced and knowledgeable non-affiliated Twitch users), but we suggest not using this option if you have a particular and personal problem with your Twitch.

Reasons to Get in Touch with Twitch Support Team

There are several methods of contacting them, but you might be asking why you should do so in the first place.

1. Login/Account Problems

Although login and account difficulties may appear self-explanatory, if you are unable to log in to your account for any issue (compromise password, getting hacked, etc.), it is important to reach Twitch Support.

2. Concerns/Questions from Affiliates

First and foremost, congratulations if you’re a Twitch Affiliate! You can have concerns about the affiliate programme, as well as issues with payouts and subscriptions.

3. Twitch Apps Have Issues

We suggest revisiting Twitch’s support team for this one, however if your issue is still unresolved, feel free to contact Twitch Support using the options listed above.

4. Purchases

Do you have problems with your Twitch purchases? Individual issues may need contacting Twitch Support.

5. Feedback is Being Submitted

If you’re feeling very generous, you might want to give Twitch some user feedback, because why not?

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What is Twitch Support?

Twitch Support is exclusively responsible for monitoring and assisting with user-specific technical issues.

How Long Does It Take for Twitch to Respond?

It takes 5-7 business days for Twitch to respond to your issues, questions or queries.

How do I Open a Ticket with Twitch?

By visiting there “Contact Us” page, you can easily generate a ticket with Twitch. Here you must login and fill all the questions and submit the form at the end.

Final Words

So, this guide will take you through the step-by-step process of contacting Twitch support.

Justin Kan established the technology start-up Twitch in 2011. It is becoming a popular site for gaming enthusiasts and live video streamers to connect and has over ten million daily active users. Approximately 2 million gaming streamers make money by entertaining and communicating with their viewers on this platform.

Written by Mehak Kandhari

Mehak Kandhari is a chief content editor at ProtechieTalk. She got degree in Mass Communication and has 3 years of experience in writing web content. She loves different aspects of technology and write only things she loves and feels right.