What music are you allowed to play on Twitch?


The Digital Millennium Copyright Act prohibits anyone from sharing copywritten material, including music, without permission. It’s no secret that doing this on a live stream can get you in trouble. You may be subject to a takedown notice from music rights holders, your VOD’s will likely be muted, and at the very worst, multiple violations may lead to a permanent suspension of your account without notice.


Streaming DMCA-safe music is important. Without those rights, streamers put their livelihoods at risk. Creators should be able to monetize their channel and videos without fear that they will be demonetized or taken down. We believe in helping all creators turn their passion into a business, including the musicians, artists, singers, and songwriters creating music for you to listen to. That is why we’ve partnered with Monstercat and Pretzel, two companies providing solutions for you to stream DMCA-safe music while supporting the musicians that create it. and for more infomation follow twitch.tv/activate by clicking this

Get the Monstercat Music Player App
The Monstercat Music Player provides a seamless way to stream thousands of electronic songs and a license to safely use them in your independent creative content. The Monstercat Music Player on Streamlabs comes with Monstercat Gold, which allows any independent creator across YouTube, Twitch, and Mixer to unlock their catalog for monetized use, while also directly supporting their artists through the Gold subscription.
Features include:
User-generated and Monstercat-curated playlists
Optional chat bot and overlay to show the currently playing !song
Multi-genre filtering
A handy search function enabling searches by Title, Artist, Album, etc.

Get the Pretzel Rocks Music Player App
The Pretzel Music Player gives live streamers access to over 5,000 stream-safe tracks. Download in the Streamlabs OBS app store and your subscription automatically comes with Pretzel Premium with money from your subscription going directly to the artist.

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