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Partner Revenue Guide

Last Updated: Jul 24, 2017 09:09AM PDT

Partner Revenue Guide

This article explains how to use the Partner Revenue dashboard page. 

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The Revenue section on your Broadcaster Dashboard lets you look at your historical data over custom time periods and provides a varied granular look by grouping revenue by Month, Week, or Day. Within the Revenue section, Partners can also switch to the Subscribers tab to see a graph of new subscriptions over those same custom time periods and at the same level of detail.

These detailed breakdowns allow Partners to better view and understand revenue trends and hone their business strategies.

Partners can find this page by navigating to: www.twitch.tv/broadcast/dashboard/revenue
 

Navigating the Revenue Page

This section breaks down the Revenue page into its constituent parts. The graphic below corresponds to this numbered list. All revenue values are estimated and shown in $USD. Please keep in mind that daily ad revenue estimates may be incomplete for up to 48-72 hours after a broadcast.

  1. Revenue tab: The dashboard tab to click in order to view revenue information.
  2. Granularity selection menu: Choose granularity to see ranges in the graph by Month, Week, or Day.
  3. Manual date selection: Custom date selector for the range of time to display in the graph (the total days within the selected range is also stated to the right of these boxes).
  4. Total Revenue amount: The total revenue earned for the selected time range. Hover over the up or down arrow to the right of the amount to see details about the trend of this total.
  5. Ad revenue amount: The total ad revenue earned for the selected time range. Hover over the up or down arrow to the right of the amount to see details about the trend of this total.
  6. Sub revenue amount: The total Subscription revenue earned for the selected time range. Hover over the up or down arrow to the right of the amount to see details about the trend of this total.
  7. Revenue graph: Click this tab to see a visual representation of the overall revenue (subscription and ad revenue are shown in two different colors) for the selected time range by specified granularity (Month, Week, or Day). Hover over any of the graph lines to see individual revenue totals of subscription and ad revenue.

  8. Subscriptions graph: Click this tab to see a visual representation of the subscriptions for the selected time range by specified granularity (Month, Week, or Day). Hover over any of the graph points to see subscriber amounts for a given point.

  9. Export data button: Click this to export the specified graph to a .csv file.
  10. Subscriptions count and options: The current total number of subscribers, as well as options to email you a list of all current subscribers in a .csv file, or send an email to all subscribers via a Twitch private message.
  11. Help & Support: Information for how to obtain further assistance.
If you have any further questions regarding Partner revenue, click here to view the Partner payment FAQ.