Sticky Business has quickly become one of the most popular games on Steam, with an overwhelming amount of positive reviews. One of the standout features of Sticky Business is its Twitch integration, allowing viewers to interact with the game. This guide will show you how to connect your Twitch channel to Sticky Business and enable your viewers to engage with your sticker shop.
How to Set up Twitch Integration
- Open Sticky Business and navigate to the Settings menu. Click on the Streamer settings button.
- Inside the Streamer settings, enter your Twitch channel name and click Authenticate.
- A browser window will appear, granting authorization for Sticky Business to connect with your Twitch account. Let the game fill out the authentication key automatically, or copy and paste it from the browser window if necessary.
- Click Connect. Once Sticky Business confirms a successful connection, your Twitch integration is complete.
Now that your Twitch integration is set up, your viewers can interact with your sticker shop. During a typical business day, 1 to 4 viewers can place sticker orders through the Twitch chat. They can browse your shop and use the command
!order <sticker #> <sticker #> <sticker #> to place their orders.
For example, if a viewer wants to order three Shiba Inu stickers (assigned to number 2), they would use the command
!order 2 2 2.
In addition to specific sticker designs, viewers can also mix and match different stickers in their orders. If a viewer wants to order two gaming stickers (number 6) and three mushroom stickers (number 9), they would use the command
!order 6 6 9 9 9.
It’s important to note that Sticky Business limits the number of participating viewers per day and also caps the maximum number of identical stickers in an order at four, preventing any attempts to “cheat” the system.
We hope you found this guide helpful in setting up Twitch integration in Sticky Business. If you have any questions or feedback, please leave a comment. Enjoy your gaming experience!