How To Setup Twitch Reward ALERTS! (Sounds, GIFs, Videos, and more!)

Learn how to set up alerts for Twitch channel points with this guide. This free service for Twitch channel points alerts is called TriggerFyre and was created by thefyrewire. If you’re looking for how to set up channel points alerts, this is your guide!


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00:00 Intro
00:56 Requirements
02:25 TriggerFyre Overview
03:15 TriggerFyre Setup
05:40 StreamElements Setup
07:36 OBS Setup
08:30 Alert Testing
09:45 Wrapping Up
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How To Setup Twitch Reward ALERTS! (Sounds, GIFs, Videos, and more!) by MattyGorm

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To set up Twitch channel points on your channel, go to your Twitch dashboard. Navigate to the top left menu, click Community, and click Channel Points. Click “Enable Channel Points” to enable channel points on your Twitch channel.

Customize the name of your Twitch channel points by clicking on “Customize Points Display.” Now you can rename your Twitch channel points.

To change your Twitch channel points rewards, click on “Change Rewards.” If you are wondering how to add custom Twitch channel points rewards, this where you do it.


Twitch channel points are a customizable loyalty system for Twitch Partners and Affiliates. It allows the streamer to set up custom rewards that viewers can redeem with points they’ve earned by watching the stream.


First, navigate to the TriggerFyre Discord server and access the TriggerFyre dashboard via the #triggerfyre-beta channel.

Once in the dashboard, click a tab at the top to access different alert types (Images, Videos, Sounds, OBS Triggers, Groups).

Click the plus button in the bottom right to add a new alert. Give you alert a command name and then click the dollar sign ($) icon next to the command name. Add in the EXACT name of your Twitch reward from you channel.

Then attach the appropriate media and sound to the alert from within the same window.

From the TriggerFyre Discord in the #triggerfyre-beta channel, add the StreamElements widget to StreamElements overlays.

From within the TriggerFyre Dashboard, click the cog gear in the bottom right. Copy the token it provides you.

In the StreamElements widget, open the Settings tab on the left and then open the Token tab on the left. Paste the token you copied from earlier.

Adjust the size of the widget to your liking. Copy the StreamElements overlay URL.

In OBS, add a Browser source and paste the StreamElements overlay URL.

Navigate to your Twitch channel and purchase the reward you just set up an alert for. It should now trigger properly on your stream. Congratulations, you’re done!

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  • MattyGorm 1 year ago

    How do you like this new method for adding Twitch channel points alerts? I found it MUCH easier!

  • ThaSmokingDragon 1 year ago

    Cant join the discord

  • HamsterDmG 1 year ago

    does Streamlabs Obs count?

  • That's So Meana 1 year ago

    I got dat THAT'S WHAT SHE SAID! up on my Twitch rewards now. It was mandatory! XD THANKS for this video.

  • Greg cool guy 17 1 year ago

    Great Video

  • Dat Pokeballs 1 year ago

    Is there anyway to add the widget to the overlays I already have in stream elements?

  • Pleaze Standbye 1 year ago

    could i also do this but with streamlabs obs

  • OMGITSGB 1 year ago

    iv followed like 4 tutorials now and this sound shit just will not work… makes no sense to me, its not anywhere in the mixer, and makes 0 sound… any suggestion?

  • 00 00 1 year ago

    dUDE YOU HAD ME UP TIL THE POINT YOU BEGAN RAMBLING. WHY do people do this. just stfu, stay on point, its not difficult. opinions dont matter, views dont matter. stay on point. BTW…its just another shit browse source that works your cpu. not worth it. far easier methods people.

  • Maharaja Ramzan 1 year ago

    A fellow eagles fan man! Love this video Liked & Subbed

  • David Francisco 1 year ago

    So helpful, thank you so much!

  • La Choza de Chirby 1 year ago

    What kind of widget you add, I don't see the global options, widget token, obs options I'm sad, it's impossible! In your 5:59 minute, pleaseeee 🙁

  • TeddyIsHere 1 year ago

    Update for Streamlabs Users: You dont need Streamelements anymore. Just copy the link that Triggerfyre gives you and add a "Browser Source" to your scenes in SLOBS. Worked for me.

    Very nice video!

  • FunB-TV 1 year ago

    This is cool, but how would you do multiple alerts, like an alert for diferrent rewards??

  • Curtis Hicks 1 year ago

    im struggling on figuring out how to set up multiple rewards. ive set one up for stretching, but i cant seem to get any others to work. i think the problem is with stream elements, i already had one overlay prepared, and i simply pasted the token code. but now my other overlays wont work?

  • Barry Hamsy 1 year ago

    Dude, this video helped me a lot! thank you!

  • Ryan 1 year ago


  • CMC TV 1 year ago

    sometimes it takes a few goes to get the alert to go.

  • BillHermit 1 year ago

    Bro this video was 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥

  • Hisham K 1 year ago

    On StreamElements website, I don't see any Settings/Widget Token. Can you send me the link to it, please?

  • Hisham K 1 year ago

    @TheRealSpoons how can I do it on online Streamlabs website not the installed app Streamlabs?

  • Kajun TKJ 1 year ago

    Thank you SO MUCH, It helps so much in making it grasp user attention, exactly what i needed!

  • F S 1 year ago

    Hi @theRealSpoons. If you can help me out, or anyone else, it would be great.

  • Connor Jones 1 year ago

    for some reason none of my test triggers seem to work? i had this set up but after switching to a streaming pc i can’t get this re linked again. anything helps, thanks! great video

  • Guy Manley 1 year ago

    better be eating that mic if your gonna use a blue snow ball. Also time stamps would be nice.

  • Manticatol 1 year ago

    Thank god this is a thing thanks for the video! since ya asked I plan on playing some horror games and I thought it would be cool to have an interactive stream where chat can use points to redeem in game sounds to creep me out or falsely get me to run away

  • Israel Aviles 1 year ago

    Hello. I just wanted to ask something because in my stream it sounds double… :C

  • Airnathan119 1 year ago

    This is what I've wanted forever, but I'm not interested in using streamelements in the slightest. The terrible UI and apparent lack of customisation on my existing alerts dissuades me from wanting to use it when I already have streamlabs set up.

  • byNezo 1 year ago

    Very good tutorial! I was searching this video, very usefull ^^

  • Aleistra rose 1 year ago

    there is no description on how to download and install this program we so desperately need? i install it and the program does nothing

  • Shadowheart Art 1 year ago

    I'm still new to the whole twitch-streaming thing, so remembering to check my chat for channel-point redemptions when I'm doing art is really, really difficult! So I've been looking for a way to add some sound to it, to make me aware that something is going on. I don't like the Sound alert extension, since it costs bits.
    So this is exactly what I've been looking for! Thank you for doing this video. I would have probably never found this otherwise.
    Your instructions look really easy to follow, so I'm now looking forward to playing around with this.
    Thank you again!

  • Daniel Rand 1 year ago

    Can i use Streamlabs obs for this?

  • Chris S 1 year ago

    Thanks for this video, very helpful. Took me a bit but I got it!

  • ratKING 1 year ago

    Thanks for the great Tutorial!

  • JimPlaysGames 1 year ago

    I'm using channel points to allow viewers to requests games to play on stream. Is there any way to include the text of what the viewer enters into the channel point redemption into the alert itself? So it would say something like "Someone requested Turrican 2" or something. Ideally I'd also like a list of the current request queue to show up on stream. Thanks for the video!

  • ISAE 1 year ago

    Is this for yt too

  • ambo_96 1 year ago

    tyvm for this video!

    do you know if its possible for triggerfyre to make it play multiple rewards at the same time? for me it is just one at a time.

  • TheBlazingLama 1 year ago

    Only problem i have now is to get that link for overlay to streamelements.. cant find it on discord?

  • TheBlizzyB 1 year ago

    unforchantly for me it won't upload any file to their website.

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