Livestreaming platform Twitch announced that it will soon support dynamic animated emotes ahead of its 10 year anniversary. Creators can add up to five new animated emotes as a benefit to their top-tier subscribers.
And can manage these assets from the emotes page. Creators will be able to upload custom GIFs to animated slots. Or easily add one of six preprogrammed animations to existing emotes, including Shake, Rave, Roll, Spin, Slide In and Slide Out.
Twitch said it was also experimenting with Follower Emotes and will be making these available in the beta testing phase. To Partners and Affiliates. This new tier of channel emotes lets creators grow their communities by offering viewers fun.
Additionally, the company is rolling out an Emote Library to help creators better manage their digital assets. Creators will be able to control which emotes are active and assign them to different tiers, all from one place.