Twitch Mobile Streaming (Android 12)

Twitch Mobile Streaming (Android 12)

Recently I started streaming the open beta from Galaxy Fight Club, directly from my phone, without any additional hardware just using Twitch.
This will be a tutorial on how this works, another one for iOS could follow but the process should be similiar.

Prerequisites:

  • Twitch Account
  • Twitch App installed on your streaming phone
  • Already logged in your Twitch App
  1. Open your Twitch App
  2. Click on your account in the top left corner
  3. Click on “Go live”
  4. Click on “Stream Games”
  5. Now you need to enable the Overlay for the Twitch App, for that click on “Enable Overlays”
  6. Click on “Open Settings” to allow the Twitch App to be shown as an overlay over your other apps
  7. Scroll down to your Twitch App and toggle the Button for “Allow display over other apps”
  8. Now go back to your Twitch App and continue the process from 1-4 if necessary, you should be able to choose the game you would like to stream now. In case of Galaxy Fight Club you will have to search for it.
  9. Add your desired “Stream Info”, in case you don’t want to enable your microphone you can move the second slider under “Stream Volume” completly to the left.
  10. After clicking on “Open Stream Console” it will open the overlay, close it for now and open your desired Game, in our case Galaxy Fight Club. After loading you should see the Twitch App Icon in the top left corner.
  11. When you click on the Twitch App Icon the overlay will open once again and you can click on the Icon in the bottom left corner to start the Stream.

    Please note that the way Twitch Streaming works on mobile it will simply record your display, which includes all notifications and any other actions.
    In case you would like to do something “in private” just use the “Be right back” option in the top right corner, don’t forget to switch to the “Gameplay” Option after you are finished!