How to bypass Twitch verification?

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What's Twitch

Twitch is a live streaming platform primarily used for video game streaming but also used for other forms of entertainment such as music, talk shows, and creative content. It was launched in 2011 and is now one of the most popular streaming platforms in the world, with millions of active users. Twitch is available on a variety of devices, including computers, consoles, and mobile devices.

What we can do with Twitch online streaming platform

  1. Watch live streams: You can watch live streams of video games, music, talk shows, and other forms of entertainment.

  2. Stream your own content: If you have a gaming console, computer, or mobile device, you can stream your own gameplay, music performances, or other types of content to a live audience.

  3. Interact with other users: You can chat with other viewers and streamers during live streams, and also follow your favorite streamers to get notified when they go live.

  4. Participate in live events: Twitch often hosts live events such as gaming tournaments and music festivals, which you can watch and participate in.

  5. Monetize your content: Twitch streamers can monetize their content by earning money through subscriptions, donations, and advertising revenue.

  6. Access to exclusive perks: Some streamers offer exclusive perks to their subscribers, such as access to special chat rooms, custom emotes, or early access to new content.

Guide to creating a Twitch account

  1. Go to the Twitch website ( and click on the "Sign Up" button in the top right corner of the page.

  2. Enter your email address and choose a username and password. Your username will be visible to other users and will be used to identify your account.

  3. Click on the "Sign Up" button to complete the registration process.

  4. Verify your email address by clicking on the link sent to your email address.

  5. Once you've verified your email, you can log in to your Twitch account using your username and password.

  6. Once you're logged in, you can set up your profile by adding a profile picture, bio, and other information.

  7. To stream your own content, you'll need to download and install the Twitch broadcasting software, such as OBS or XSplit, and follow the instructions to set it up.

  8. You're now ready to start streaming! You can go live by clicking on the "Stream" button on the top right corner of the page.

  9. You can also customize your channel by adding panels, overlays, and other elements.

  10. Have fun, create great content and grow your community.

Does Twitch need phone number verification?

Yes, Twitch requires phone number verification as a way to verify the identity of its users and to prevent fraudulent activity on the platform. This is a common practice among online platforms to confirm that a user is a real person and not a bot. When creating an account, Twitch will ask for a phone number and will send a verification code via text message or phone call. The user will need to enter the code to complete the registration process.

Bypass Twitch account verification with a virtual number

  1. Go to the sign-up page or sign-in page to register or log in to your eztalks account.

  2. Go to "Free phone numbers" and choose the country and numbers in which your Twitch verify needed.

  3. If there are no available free numbers in the country or the free number is used for Twitch verification, you can buy a virtual phone number at a very cheap price.

  4. Go back to Twitch. In the field where you enter a phone number, insert the copied phone number.

  5. We need to get the Twitch registration code, which will come to the free or purchased number from eztalks.

  6. Insert this code, and the Twitch verification will be successfully done.

Please be informed that eztalks phone numbers are VOIP (Voice Over Internet Protocol) numbers. As such, eztalks cannot guarantee that every shortcode globally will be able to reach eztalks numbers, even if the eztalks number is from the same country as the shortcode. There may be cases where external short code carriers do not have reach to eztalks, or technical issues may prevent those messages from reaching our platform.

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