They’re the backbone of Twitch Overlay, but perhaps you don’t know how to open PSD files. Hell, there’s a good chance you don’t even know what one is! Perhaps we […]
The following are ways to get discount codes for TwitchOverlay.com for use in our Premium Downloads section, and as much as we pride ourselves on the value and quality we […]
Twitch is a platform in constant growth, and each day there’s a new person discovering the platform, wondering how to stream on Twitch. Depending on your level of experience with […]
This is a quick, very basic run through on how to customise your overlay PSD in Photoshop. The file used in this video comes from our Skeleton Key overlay, but […]
Folks out there may have downloaded a set of stream alerts from here, or somewhere else on the web (how could you?!) and added them to StreamLabs, only for the […]
As with any new platform, lots of elements are open to interpretation, and defined some what randomly. Here’s a brief rundown of the types of stream graphics there are… Alerts […]
There’ve been an increasing number of people asking how to use stream alerts & notifications recently, so I thought I’d write this quick article for the future reference of anyone […]
It’s easy to forget that thousands of people on a daily basis are coming fresh to streaming, unable to separate their AnkhBots from their StreamTips, or their overlays from their […]
Are you new to streaming and curious how people get their streams looking so good? Perhaps you’re wondering, what is an overlay? How do I get one of my own? […]
With over 150 stream graphics available, this can all get a little overwhelming. Perhaps you don't know your Twitch overlays from your Twitch alerts, or what exactly Professional Customisation means on our stream design pages. Well, take a look at our guides section. Or feel free to contact us or @TwitchOverlay on Twitter and we'll be happy to help!
Feedback and shoutouts are genuinely appreciated here, and besides great designs we wanna use this platform to big people up where possible. All you gotta do is @TwitchOverlay on Twitter, with either a screen of your overlay in action, or a few words on how you're liking it, and we'll retweet it to the world.