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HOW DO TWITCH CHANNEL POINTS WORK?
In December 2019, the Twitch Channel Points had their big launch. While you could spoil your viewers with <a href='/en/shop/animated-twitch-alerts-stream-notifications/'>alerts</a>, <a href='/en/shop/twitch-subscriber-emotes/'>emotes</a> or <a href='/en/shop/twitch-sub-badges/'>sub badges</a> until now, your viewers now have the opportunity to collect points. They can redeem these points for rewards from their favorite streamer – you. Your viewers collect points for various actions: <ul><li>Viewtime: The longer someone watches your stream, the more points they get (10 minutes = 10 points).</li><li>Raid: if your viewers take part in one of your raids, they receive 250 points.</li><li>Follow: Every new follower is not only welcomed by you, but also by 300 points.</li><li>Extra points: You can also earn extra points for the first cheer of the month or as a particularly hard-working viewer.</li><li>Last but not least: If someone watches you for a while, they will find a chest next to their points at certain intervals, which contains special bonuses</li></ul> The Twitch Channel Points are especially useful for new viewers to interact with you. You decide how many points someone needs to redeem for a highlighted message in your chat, for example. You can set higher reward goals for your loyal viewers who have been in your community for a long time. For some examples, see the Twitch Channel Point rewards below. First, we’ll show you how to use the points for yourself as a streamer and how individualized icons are mandatory.