App discovery and analytics on Twitch

BuzzGuru provides you with access to a large amount of analytical data on application mentions on Twitch.

Below, on the example of the Vikings: War of Clans application, we will consider what analytical data about this app mentions on Twitch you can study on our platform.

Application Mentions on Twitch

On the main page, select the “Applications” tab. Browse the apps provided in our list or search for the necessary one applying filters. Check that the platform selected is Twitch:


We’ve selected Vikings: War of Clans, one of the most popular apps on Twitch, as an example. When clicking on the application’s name in the list, you will get a complete profile with all the general characteristics on top of the page, including the total number of influencers, mentions, views, average number of viewers online at the same time, and approximate advertising budget:

You may wish to have all the data regarding this application always close at hand in a pdf file. To get it, push the upload button on the upper right part of the page:


Next, you will find short reports, including the number of streamers dealing with this application, the number of ad mentions, the average number of viewers online at the same time, the number of views, and the approximate budget. 

You can observe the mention dynamics on Twitch within 1 month, 3 months, and 6 months:

Additionally, you can specify the period to observe the dynamics of mentions by views and videos. For that, click on the calendar button and determine the period:


The following block contains the information about the distribution of publications by language for the period you have specified above. Right near, we have placed a chart showing the budget distribution between YouTube and Twitch for all time:


Next, we provide the mention calendar. On hovering over a particular day, you will see the number of videos mentioning the application on Twitch:

Beside, you will find a chart displaying the distribution of mentions by the day of the week:

Remember, you can upload each of the charts mentioned above as a separate png-file by clicking the upload button.


The following block depicts the streamer’s portrait. It consists of a chart demonstrating the distribution of streamers who mentioned the app by stream category for the period you have selected above.

Moreover, you will find stat data demonstrating average number of viewers per stream, average subscribers per stream, engagement rate percentage of a stream, and average price per streamer:


Next, we’ve collected the examples of publications mentioning the application:

You can sort the Twitch publications by the number of a streamer’s subscribers, the number of views, the date of the last stream, broadcast language, and the engagement rate.

You can unite the necessary streamers in a separate list. Learn how to make up a list of streamers here.

The next section is the list of streams mentioning the application on Twitch. You can select from the latest streams or the most popular ones. Under the streams, you will see the number of views, stream duration, and the max. number of viewers online at the same time:

If you click on the video, you will be redirected to the “Video” section of our platform, having an opportunity to watch the video and observe the analytics immediately.

For a better analysis of all the streamers mentioning the application on Twitch, you can apply the filters. For that, click on the “Streamers” tab on top of the app’s page:

Next, search for a particular streamer typing the name in the search bar or applying filters. You can search for the streamers according to:

  • The number of subscribers;
  • The number of stream views;
  • The average number of viewers online at the same time;
  • Publication date;
  • Streamer language.