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Troubleshooting Twitch ChatPlay

This topic references tools and features that are legacy. If you want to use legacy tools in Lumberyard Editor, disable the CryEntity Removal gem using the Project Configurator or the command line. To learn more about legacy features, see the Amazon Lumberyard Legacy Reference.

If you run into problems while connecting Twitch ChatPlay to your game, review the following troubleshooting tips for a possible solution.

If your game fails to connect to your Twitch channel, ensure the following:

  • You properly entered the name of your Twitch channel into your flow graph.

  • You have an active Twitch account set up with the channel name that you're using.

  • You have activated the ChatPlay node in your flow graph.

  • You have an active Internet connection.

If your game fails to connect to your Twitch channel after a successful first attempt, make sure that you have successfully disconnected from your Twitch channel using the DisconnectAll node in your flow graph. Failing to do so may result in a successful connection the first time, and then failure to connect afterwards because the first connection was left open.