After Apple Music and Spotify, the popular streaming platform Twitch announced that they are in the process to send out personalized 2020 Twitch Recap emails with details on what channels you watched the most, how long you watched them, total hours of content watched on Twitch, what channels you are subscribed to, and what emote you used the most.
We all deserve gold stars for getting through 2020.— Twitch (@Twitch) January 15, 2021
But for now, an email will do.
Check your inboxes for your Twitch Recap. pic.twitter.com/XewHqPrzNr
In the year 2020 Twitch saw a massive surge in the number of users. With everyone confined in their home, Twitch became the top form of entertainment for many. As more streamers joined the platform, the average viewership also skyrocketed. In December 2020 alone more than 1,875,753,102 hours worth of content was streamed worldwide.
How to get your Twitch Recap 2020?
A lot of popular streamers have already got their personalized Twitch Recap 2020. However, it’s not mandatory to be a Twitch streamer to get the Recap. Viewers can also receive it.
To get your personalized Twitch Recap 2020, just check out the email that’s registered with your Twitch account. Probably you have got your Recap. Don’t you? If not, don’t worry because Twitch has started sending the emails and not everyone has got it yet. Therefore, you just need to wait a bit for your 2020 Recap.
If you haven’t gotten your Twitch Recap yet, it’s because we’re saving the best for last.— Twitch (@Twitch) January 15, 2021
Emails are rolling out throughout the day, so it’ll hit your inbox soon.