Twitch Stream Starting Soon Banner:
Many professional streamers do not show up immediately when the stream goes online, but show a Starting Soon Screen in the first minutes. This gives the streamer time to adjust the stream, chat with viewers and make final preparations for the stream. Usually it’s used in combination with a countdown to show the viewers when the show really starts. The advantage for the streamer: By the time the stream really starts, some of your followers are already there and you can directly start with the show without having to wait for your regular viewers.
Twitch Stream Pause Banner:
If you are taking a break, but your stream is still live, you can display a Pause Screen. The Pause Screen will alert your viewers that you will continue soon. Besides that you can also show your social media channels and partners there.
Twitch Stream Ending Banner:
A Stream End Screen is used at the very end of a stream. Once you have finished the program as a streamer, but don’t want to go offline yet, you can add a Stream End Banner to slowly say goodbye to your viewers. This way the viewers are not thrown out of the stream from one moment to the next, but they still have time to finish their conversations. You can also show them your social media channels, streaming times and partners on your End Screen.
Twitch Stream Offline Banner Screen:
If your stream is offline, you can display an offline banner on your channel. If you don’t, visitors of your channel will only see a black image when you’re not online. A Twitch Offline Banner can help you to give your viewers a professional insight into your channel, even if you are not streaming. Usually an Offline Banner shows your channel name, nickname, logo, partners and streaming times.