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ROBLOX Streamers Have a Big October — and Three Win Prizes

November 13, 2014

by Andrew Haak


The ROBLOX Twitch streaming community has been growing steadily since we formally launched there several months ago — and, in October, the community really came together and made waves for the 24-hour Extra Life streaming marathon. It was great to see so many people get involved and broadcast their own gaming and building to ROBLOX, and it’s for that reason that we continue to award prizes to the top channels every month. Read our guide to streaming ROBLOX to Twitch using free Open Broadcaster Software to learn how to go live, and read on to see the top ROBLOX streamers of October!

Most watched broadcasters

This category is meant to reward Twitch streamers who not only get people to come to their channel, but are entertaining enough to keep them watching. The winner for October is Bereghost who racked up more than 441,500 minutes watched in October! With roughly 42,000 stream views across the month, that’s good for a view session of about ten and a half minutes. Congratulations to Bereghost for keeping the momentum just as strong as it has been in previous months, and continuing to grow his fan base via ROBLOX and other games.

Most active broadcasters

Not every channel gets enough regular viewers to win the “most watched” category — not to begin, at least. But many up-and-coming channels put a lot of time into streaming to build a following, and this category is meant to give them a reason to keep going. Congratulations to Zynta, with a grand total of 12,000+ minutes streamed in October.


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Top individual broadcasts

Several streamers leveraged their followings — both on ROBLOX and on Twitch — to get a lot of people watching at once. These six channels hosted the largest single broadcasts in October. This month, we don’t have exact concurrent viewer numbers, but the breakdown shapes up as follows:

We occasionally host the streams of top broadcasters who provide family-friendly fun, but many of these channels are able to get significant viewership without any help from us. Way to go!

Channel of the month

This category exists to highlight a channel that’s doing great things but not necessarily topping any of the predefined leaderboards. For October, this award goes to CorvoLive (CorvoTV on ROBLOX), a Twitch newcomer — he started in mid-September — who quickly established himself with a successful launch and entertaining streams. Congratulations, Corvo — keep up the streaming!

To increase your chances of being noticed for channel of the month, make sure to check the box to automatically archive your broadcasts in your channel settings. That way, we can see what you’re doing even if we don’t catch it live.


We’ll be reaching out to this month’s winners soon to give away the prizes ($200 each)!

Final notes

For a step-by-step guide to streaming ROBLOX to Twitch (and therefore participating in this monthly contest) using Open Broadcaster Software, see this blog article. You can also talk with other streamers in the video forum. Use it as a place to chat about Twitch broadcasting and get your channel off the ground!

Whether you’re a streamer, viewer, or both, make sure to stay tuned to our Twitch channel. If we’re not live or hosting someone who is, our channel will always tell you when the next live show is!