How to Add Your Heart Rate on Twitch — A Quick Guide for Beginners

Twitch Heart Rate Monitor HypeRate

Introduction

Are you new to the world of Twitch?

And are you looking for an easy and no-cost way to add your heart rate on Twitch?

This article will show you exactly how to get your heart rate to OBS for FREE in only 2 minutes.

Why stream on Twitch?

Twitch is the world’s leading social video platform and community for entertainment. It allows millions of people from all around the world to connect and communicate in real time through live video. It’s a great way to learn more about gaming, cooking, development, arts and everything you’re into. On Twitch, you’re part of a community — build your own, connect to others and most importantly: Have fun!

What are the benefits of adding your heart rate on Twitch?

Adding your heart rate widget on Twitch is a great way to connect with your audience. It also provides an interesting visual and helps viewers better understand how hard you are working. Our viewers have about 30% more engagement, and their community is more involved.

Your heart rate will show up as a widget on your screen, which not only gives your viewers a more personal connection but also gives them valuable information about how you are feeling during the stream. Real, authentic connection. As you’re creating quality content and building your community, this can make a difference to providing an entertainment factor but also creating a bond.

When playing horror games your viewers have lots of fun watching you through jump scares and see your Real-Time Heart Rate rise instantly.

How to add your Heart Rate from Apple Watch with HypeRate.io for FREE in only 2 minutes!

So here’s the 5-Step guide on how to get started:

1. Download Hyperate from the App Store (currently open Beta)
2. Open the Apple Watch App
3. Press “Start”
4. Send the unique session URL from the iPhone to your broadcasting setup
5. Add the link as a browser source
That’s it! :)

OR if you do NOT have a smartphone, you can use your chest belt like Polar H10 or wrist band with BLE support! See our new advanced feature HypeRate for Web!

How to Set Up Heart Rate Monitor for Streaming without a smartphone? New Feature 🎉

Compatibility issues are part of any service or infrastructure today, and there will be almost always some users that experience some incompatibility with their end devices.

Cameras, phones, watches — and it’s no different with HR monitors.

Not all users feel comfortable installing apps on their smartphones or have no compatibility with their heart rate monitor.

That’s why we worked on a feature that enables everyone to stream their current heart rate in a matter of seconds, right from their browser!

Introducing: HypeRate Web Bluetooth Connection

HypeRate Web Bluetooth is the world’s first web application that enables you to stream your heart rate on any live streaming platform without the need for a smartphone.

Pair your Twitch heart rate monitor with our Web Bluetooth application right in your browser, and start streaming in less than 20 seconds!

Works with all heart rate monitors with BLE support!

How does it work?
1. Put on your heart rate monitor
2. Open Chrome Browser
3. Activate Bluetooth
4. Connect
5. Copy Link to Streaming Software like OBS

That’s it — done in less than 20 seconds!

Check out this video to see the installation in real-time:

So, what about templates and individual widgets for streamers?

We’ve got your covered! There’s more than 20 different designs, and also the possibility to add Custom CSS and change colors or designs!

Find out templates gallery here: https://www.hyperate.io/gallery

Which devices does HypeRate support?

Here’s a list of common devices our communities uses most:

Chest Belts:

  • Polar H10
  • CooSpo H808S
  • Wahoo TickrX
  • RUNTASTIC RUNBT1
  • KYTO 2809

Arm Bands:

  • Polar OH1
  • POLAR VERITY SENSE
  • Wahoo TICKR FIT

Smart Watches:

  • Apple Watch SE3,4,5 & 6
  • Android Watch (WEAROS only)
  • Garmin Fenix 6 PRO
  • Xiaomi MI Band 3

Did you enjoy this short guide?

Let us know in the comments or join our Discord! :)

With Hyperate.io, we aim to offer an excellent experience to streamers with a quick and easy setup that can be done in just a few moments. While we focus on a great experience for our users, we also want to encourage professionals and eSport athletes to keep an eye on their health when doing long streams or stressful tournaments. We know that health is for young professionals not a priority in the industry. Especially in the massively growing eSports industry, we believe that this needs to change.

Check out our Twitter, YouTube, and Discord to also make feature requests, or just have a chat with us :)

Made with 🖤 in Munich!

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Add a heart rate widget to Twitch in only 2 minutes! Join our free public beta: https://www.hyperate.io

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