When apply for Discord partnership, we split the applications into two separate categories. Content Creators, and Communities. Here's the breakdown of what we look for:
For Twitch broadcasters, we look for streamers that have around 10,000 followers and at least 100 concurrent viewers. You must be streaming at least 4 times per week.
For Mixer broadcasters, we look for streamers that have around 10,000 followers and at least 50 concurrent viewers. You must be streaming at least 4 times per week.
For YouTube, we look for channels with at least 100,000 subscribers and 10,000 average views per video. You must also upload 2-3 videos per week.
Additionally, partnership on other platforms does not guarantee partnership on Discord.
For Reddit communities, we take a look at subreddits that have 8,000+ subscribers.
If you represent a non-profit, we want to work with you too! Submit an application along with the EIN that matches your organization and you’ll hear from us soon.
For non-forum-based communities, we don't have any hard guidelines for acquiring partnership- we generally look for the coolest, most active community servers and take a deeper look as we go.
With all that in mind, we can't guarantee that meeting any of these requirements will grant partnership. Being a Discord partner means exhibiting the best behavior, as well as always upholding our community guidelines. If we're not sure that your content is up to snuff in these areas, we may not be able to give you the green light on becoming a partner.
Remember that if you're currently not actively engaging your community on Discord, you will not be accepted into the partner program. Partnership on any platform does not guarantee partnership with Discord.