How to Change Name Color on Twitch

Open the Chat Identity menu by tapping your username. Go to Global Name Color. Twitch provides a palette of options at the bottom of the Chat Identity menu. Choose a color and then close the menus (there's no need to save).

Twitch is a popular live streaming platform that offers various features to its users. One of these features is the ability to change the color of your username. In this tutorial, we will show you how to change your name color on Twitch.

There are two options available for changing your name color on Twitch. The first option is available to all users, while the second option is only available to Prime Gaming users.

To change your chat color, you need to go to any channel or your own channel. Type something in the chat so that you can see your current color. To change the color, type “/color” and see the color in brackets. Click on it and choose a color from the options provided. You can also enter a hex code for a specific color. Click “Enter” to confirm the color change. Note that it may take up to 5 minutes for the change to become active.

If you have trouble seeing the color you selected, it may be due to Twitch’s readable color settings. To fix this, click on the chat settings and then on chat appearance. You can then deactivate the readable colors setting to see your chosen color.

As a Prime Gaming member, you have the option to change the color of your name. To do this, click on your profile picture and then on settings. Select the Prime Gaming tab and choose your desired color. You can also see the hex color code and how the color looks in light and dark mode. Once you are satisfied with your selection, click “Confirm Color” to save the changes.

Changing your name color on Twitch is a quick and easy process. With this guide, you can customize your profile to your liking. Have fun experimenting with different colors!


What are the color options for Twitch names?
Allows you to change the color of your username. Normal users can choose between Blue, Coral, DodgerBlue, SpringGreen, YellowGreen, Green, OrangeRed, Red, GoldenRod, HotPink, CadetBlue, SeaGreen, Chocolate, BlueViolet, and Firebrick. Turbo users can use the colors posted above as well as any Hex value (i.e: #000000).
How do you get a yellow name on Twitch?
Select the “Prime Gaming” tab. The “Chat Color” section allows you to customize the settings of your username's color as it will show up in chat. Once you are in the Prime Gaming section, scroll around the color block or move the color scale until you find the perfect color for your Twitch name.