Streamers and content creators bring entertainment value to their communities. Many members of these communities are willing to pay for the value that is created.
Discord recently announced a new service product that addresses this emerging trend occurring between content creators and their communities. The company has built new tools to make the monetization process more seamless.
Streamers and content creators with established Discord communities will now have direct ways to offer premium experiences.
With the introduction of Discord Premium Memberships, creators and community owners will have the ability to gate part, or all, of their server behind a paid subscription.
This is one of the most requested features from creators. Many communities are already offering this type of experience indirectly through third parties.
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Streamers and content creators can now devise tiered perks and view analytics on member engagement directly on Discord.
Community members can subscribe and immediately access benefits, with payments and support all happening directly within Discord.
This promises to be a useful tool for content creators that would like to stream to a small private community as opposed to streaming to the general public.
The initial program is being tested with a small group of hand-picked content creators and streamers.
Discord is not accepting new communities into the test just yet. The company advises fans and content creators to be on the lookout next year for information about the expansion of these features to more communities on Discord.
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