How Old is My Twitch Account | Twitch Age Check

Lindsay Hayes

There are 2 ways that you can find how old your Twitch account is. You can either go to your channel, open chat, type and send a message and then click on your username (your account's age should be on the top corner). Or, you can use third-party tools, like

My cousin who recently wanted to sell his Twitch account asked me how to check his Twitch account's age. He wanted to know how old it was to get a better idea of its worth. After I told him about the chat box method, it only took him a couple of minutes to figure it out.

So, like my cousin, if you're asking yourself, how old is my Twitch account? Then you've come to the right place. I've run through all the methods that I mentioned above as well as some additional information on the topic.

Let's get into it!


How Old is My Twitch Account?

There are 2 ways to check how old your Twitch account is, and I've discussed both of them below.

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Method 1: Use Your Channel

By far, the easiest way to check your Twitch account's age is through your channel's chat. All you do is send a message on your chat, then click on your name from the chatbox. You should see when your account was created from the information bar that pops up.

Here's a breakdown:

Method 2: Use Third Party Tools

There are a couple of different third-party tools that you can use, so I thought it would be a good idea to take a look at some of the best.

1. Twitch Tracker

Not only is Twitch Tracker easy to use, but it's completely free, and you don't have to download anything to use it either.

Here's what you do to find your account age:

2. Twitch Insights

While Twitch Tracker's primary purpose is to check whether users have been banned, it can also tell you your account's creation date.

Just like the option above, it's completely free, and you don't have to download anything to use it.

Here's what you do to find your account creation date:

3. SullyGnone

Just like Twitch Insights, Sullygnome's primary use isn't for checking how old accounts are. But instead, it's used to check how old Twitch channels are. While checking this information, you can check how old your account is.

Once again, you're looking at software that's free and doesn't require that you download anything.

Here's how you use it:

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How Do You Check How Long You've Followed a Twitch Account?

Right now, there are 2 different ways to check how long you've followed another Twitch account. If there's a Streamlabs bot on the chat you want to check, there's a special command that you can use. But also, you can visit the Twitch Center page.

Before I dive into what to do, I've actually done an in-depth article on this topic. If you don't want to check it out, you can follow the quick run-down below.

Method 1: Streamlabs Bot

If the channel you want to check has the Streamlabs bot on it, you can type in "!followage" to find out how long you've been following it.

Now, you can add the bot to your channel and let your followers do this for you too.

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Method 2: Twitch Center

Here's what you do:


Answered below are some popular questions.

1. How Do I Find My Oldest Follower on Twitch?

To find out who your oldest Twitch follower is, you'll need to use a special third-party tool, like the Followage. All you do is launch it and then enter your user name into the search box. You should now see a list of all of your followers, with your very first one all the way at the bottom.

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Final Thoughts

You can use your channel chatbox to find out your account's age, or third-party sites, such as Twitch Tracker, Sullygnome, and Twitch Insights. These third-party tools are not only free but fast too, as you'll be able to check your account creation date in a matter of minutes.

Hopefully, you found all of the points that were run through in my article useful.

Lindsay Hayes

Hi, I’m Lindsay, a techie from Kansas City. That’s right; I’m a born and bred Midwesterner. I learned to take electronics apart at my dad’s GameStop way back when, and I haven’t stopped since. I spend most of my time checking out new gadgets.
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