One Streamer Subscribed To Twitch’s Official Channel

Brandon Ewing AKA Atrioc returned to streaming on Twitch to hang out with his fans and followers after he was away for 2 weeks. He also shared a bit of information regarding his previous employer, Twitch.

Atrioc is a former Twitch marketing employee and now a current streamer on the platform. He usually streams and can be seen under the category of ‘Just Chatting’.

Many streamers are mostly staying out of dramas but Atrioc was recently caught roasting his fellow streamer Dream regarding his cheating scandal in Minecraft.

During Atrioc’s ‘Just Chatting’ stream, he claimed to be the one subscribed to the most popular streaming website, Twitch. He also dropped some intel and talked about how his marketing videos and content creation helped him with job offers that he would never take and shared his love for his current job. Suddenly, he changed the subject and revealed to his viewers that he is the only person on earth that is subscribed to the official Twitch channel.

Atrioc explained that he is the only person capable of subbing and that nobody on earth is subbed to Twitch’s channel, not even the Twitch’s CEO.

He showed to his viewers his 88 month sub icon and as to the surprise of his viewers, he was indeed and in fact subbed to the Twitch channel even though it does not have a subscribe button available for the rest usera of the platform.

Many doubted Atrioc’s claim but it appears that he is telling the truth and he has a badge to prove it.


A Subscription allows a viewer to pay a minimum of $4.99 per month to support your channel, either on a recurring or one-time basis. Subscribers (subs) get access to your emotes and other benefits you can define.

Some of the benefits for subscribers are: access to custom emotes that can be used across all of Twitch; Subscriber Badges, which can change with your tenure if the channel has set up loyalty badges; and other perks we allow Creators to enable like ad-free viewing.

Unfortunately, there is no way to see who is subscribed to you on Twitch directly. Instead, you’ll need to download the CSV file that is provided to you within your Channel Analytics page.


Twitch Partners and their subscription payments normally result in streamers taking home a generous 50% of the $4.99 per month cost. The other 50% is collected by Twitch itself. There are also monthly contributions of $9.99 and $24.99 per month.


Atrioc, a former Twitch employee, was recently caught roasting his fellow streamer Dream regarding their cheating scandal in Minecraft. He shared how his previous employer helped him with job offers and how he’s happy with his current job. Suddenly, he admitted to the viewers that he is the only person

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