How To Set Up Twitch Integration for Sticky Business

Alec Padua
Alec Padua
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Sticky Business is becoming one of the most loved games on Steam and it’s been receiving Overwhelmingly Positive reviews. Before you hop onto the cozy store sim bandwagon, you should know that one of the best features of Sticky Business is Twitch integration where you can allow your viewers to interact with your game. This guide will teach you how to properly connect your Twitch channel to Sticky Business as well as show your viewers how to interact with your small sticker shop.

How to Set up Twitch Integration

Follow the steps below to set up the integration:

  • In the main menu of Sticky Business, go to Settings and click on the Streamer settings button.
Sticky Business Main Menu Screen
Find the Settings in the main menu.
  • Once inside the Streamer settings, you’ll be asked to enter your Twitch channel name. After entering your channel name, click on Authenticate.
Settings Screen
Click on Streamer settings.
  • A browser window will pop out telling you to authorize Sticky Business to connect your Twitch account. After that, the game will automatically fill out the authentication key field.
Streamer Settings Screen
The game automatically fills out the authentication code field. Click Connect.
  • If the game wasn’t able to fill that portion, you can check your browser window and then copy and paste the key that was provided by Spellgarden Games.
Authentication Code Screen
Copy and paste this code into the Authentication Code field of Sticky Business.
  • Once you click Connect and Sticky Business prompts that your connection is successful, then you should be good to go!
Connected to Twitch Indicator
These prompts indicate that your Twitch integration is successful so your viewers can now interact with your store.

What can Twitch offer in your Sticky Business experience?

If you’re an active streamer on the Twitch platform, you can use Sticky Business to let your viewers participate as “paying customers” and Sticky Business limits the number of viewers who can participate per day in-game.

Twitch Viewer Order Screen
This screen will pop out allowing your viewers to enter orders via the Twitch chat.

So on a typical business day, around 1 to 4 viewers can order stickers from you. They can browse your shop and they can enter their orders by entering this command in the Twitch chat:

!order <sticker #> <sticker #> <sticker #>
Twitch Viewer Order Screen: Selecting one sticker
If you want to order this Shiba Inu sticker, you need to enter the code below.

For example, your viewers want to order three Shiba Inu stickers that are assigned to number 2. They need to input 2 thrice, so the command will look like this:

!order 2 2 2
Twitch Viewer Order Screen: Selecting multiple stickers
On the other hand, if you want to order these stickers, you need to enter the code below.

Your viewers can also buy different sticker designs. For example, in the above image, your viewer (or customer) wants to buy pride-themed gaming stickers assigned to number 6 and some cute mushroom stickers assigned to number 9. If your viewer wants to order two gaming stickers and three mushroom stickers, they need to enter the command like this:

!order 6 6 9 9 9

We did a recent stress test on the game where one of my viewers tried entering the same sticker number over 10 times but the game restricted it up to four identical stickers at max. This measure is probably added to the devs so you can’t “cheat” your way to earning money.

We hope this guide was helpful and you were able to set up Twitch integration in Sticky Business. Leave us a comment if this guide helped you and happy gaming!

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Annyeong, my name's Alec and I’m a full-stack content creator where I focus on producing videos and gaming articles – I get mistaken for a Korean. I rebranded my YouTube channel to "Oppa Lec" in 2023 and turned it into a content sandbox around gaming, music, tech, and video editing tutorials. I’ve also been a YouTuber since 2009 as a one-man production team who has built four channels around piano covers, singing, gaming, and finance niches. You can also catch me streaming occasionally on Twitch and I have music released on platforms like Spotify. While I do enjoy playing mainstream games, I love reviewing indie or “hidden gem” titles. Some of my favorites that stood out are Eternal Return, Oblivion Override, Hades, Risk of Rain 2, Battlebit Remastered, and more. I always believe that you don’t need fancy graphics to make a fantastic game.
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